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1993 Purple Patcher 



Opening 
Events 
Sports 
Student Life 
Faculty 
Senior Events 
Seniors 
Directory 



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ho is the the Holy Cross 
Crusader? 



Peroration of an address delivered by Edward F. Hanify 33. 



The Holy Cross Crusader is not of today, nor yesterday, nor tomorrow. He 
is not a cartoonist's picture or a poet's dream. He is as old as the oldest Alumni 
who once lived upon the Hill. He is as young as the newest Freshman who tonight 
brings this college a new spirit. His heart is the pure essence of a thousand loyal 
Holy Cross hearts who have cheered purple teams to battle and who have held 
the purple line. His spirit is the combined fighting spirit of old Sockalexis, of 
Reed, of Simondinger, of Riapel, of Clancy, of Canity, of O'Connell, of Clifford, 
of Ryan, - yes of these warriors here tonight, indeed of all these clean hearted 
warriors who thought it was a privilege to be his image and likeness before a 
waiting world. He has known dark days and despuited but from defeat has risen 
with a new courage bom of the high hills where he has dwelt and the pure air he 
has breathed. 

This is the Holy Cross Crusader, - greater than all of us, yet of all of us, 
because he is the best of us, because he is the personification of the manhood of 
a college which so challenges the world that the world give to it, not the symbol 
of a beast or of a bird, but the name of the flower of history's chivalry. This is the 
Holy Cross Crusader, he who rides a white charger and casts across all battle- 
fields he invades the gracious shadow of his stainless shield. 




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He does not bear with him by any chance 
An insult yet washed away, - a conscious 
Yellow with unpurged bile, - an honor frayed 
To rags, a set of scruples badly worn. 
He was caparisoned in gems unseen, 
Trailing white plumes of freedom, 

garlanded 
With his good name, - no figure of a man. 
But Holy Cross' soul, clothed in 

shinning armor hung 
With deeds for decorations, twirling high 
A shining sword, and surveying at his side 
Courage, and on the stones of Worcester 

town 
Making his victorious ring, like golden spurs. 
This is the Holy Cross Crusader, this is he that 
every knight in his arms should wish to be. 






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The goal of a liberal arts institution is to produce 
well-rounded students. If our education provides 
us with the core, these extra-curricular events give 
us the curved edge. The events themselves are as 
diverse as the people who nriade them possible. 



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The Dating Game 




Holy Cross' ''Love Songs After Dark 

Strangers In The Night... One Night Love Affair.. How Can We Be 
Lovers If We Can't Be Friends... Love Stinks... Shameless... My Lovin 
(You 're Never Gonna Get It) . . .Anything Goes . . . Should I Stay Or Should 
I Go?... Respect... Love The One You're With... Comfortably 
Numb... Shameless... Try A Little Tenderness... fust For A Moment. ..To 
All The Girls Tve Loved Before. ..Only The Good Die Young... Like A 
Virgin...Satisfaction...TellHer About It... Who's That Girl?... 50 Ways To 
Leave Your Lover... Cold-Hearted... Tom Between Two Lovers... What's 
Love Got To Do With It?... I Still Haven't Found What I'm LookingFor... 

Who Says Holy Cross Has A Dating Problem? 



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ou're A Good Man, 
Charlie Broom 



Last year we conceived the Shoestring Players, an 
offshoot of Alternate College Theater, consisting of a hand- 
picked, dedicated group of actors, technical staff, and manage- 
ment personnel. The idea was to set aside a four week period, 
once a year, for our workshop. The piece would be presented 
in a small, intimate setting. Without the luxuries of a full stage, 
the company would be forced to rely on its ability and ingenuity 
to create a successful theatrical presentation. 

For this year's project we selected You 're A Good Man, 
Charlie Brown . A work of proven quality, with a small cast, it can 
be done easily with a limited instrumental ensemble, and the 
costumes and props posed few obstacles. Our production 
served as the stage directorial debut for Alex Zequeira '94, for 
whom the material provided sufficient challenge without being 
an overwhelming first experience. 

The college audiences loved the show, which is essen- 
tially a series of blackout sketches based on the Peanuts comic 
strip. The sketches express an overriding positive philosophy 
which appeals to viewers. All of the characters have moments 
in which to shine. Their multiple opportunities to reveal true 
humanity beneath the caricatures help make the play genuinely 
endearing. 

Mr. Gesner not only captures the essence of the comic 
strip, but also remains sensitive to theatrical needs. Taken 
strictly as a composition, the music sometimes sounds com- 
monplace, but, as with many scores written for the stage, the 
context makes all the difference. It may well be that in today's 
America, "they don't write shows like this any more." Hope- 
fully, "they" will rediscover the knack. Until then, we can be 
thankful that pieces Uke You 're A Good Man, Charlie Brown and 
still have the power to move, as well as entertain, young 
contemporary audiences. 

- Bruce Miller 




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To Entertain & To Teach 





Jay O'Callahan weaved tales. 



Livingston Taylor performed his one man folk 
show, impressing students with his down to 
earth attitude and sense of humor. 




Ann Cahill, class of 1991, returned to Mount St. James 
to discuss her book. Women on The Hill and to partici- 
pate in discussions about 20 years of co-education at 
the Cross. 




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Shirley Williams, former member of the 
British Parliament and current profes- 
sor at Harvard's Kennedy School of 
Government spoke about the transition 
of the Soviet Union from Communism 
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ulius Caesar 




In November, Fenwick Theatre brought us 
Shakespeare's classic version of the historical tale of Julius 
Caesar - but with a modem, "gender - blind" twist. Director 
Stephen Benson decided to set the political tragedy in the not 
- so - distant future in order to strengthen our identification 
with the play's timeless themes of greed, ambition, patrio- 
tism, and power - play. Plebeians became reporters, and the 
famous Soothsayer admonished Ceasar to "beware the Ides 
of March" from behind a TV camera lens to emphasize to 
omnipresent role of the media in today's political world. 

Mark Diaz played to calculating and nationalistic 
Cassius, who rallies to conspirators to rebellion against 
Caesar (Mark Gunn) . Maria Jiminez played the noble Brutus, 
who struggles to reconcile her loyalty to Caesar with her 
conspiratorial aims to unseat him for the good of Rome. 
Marc Antony, the reveller who plays for high stakes after 
Caesar's assassination, was played by Mary Sheridan. The 
supporting cast included Chris Connolly as Cicero / Messala, 
Mary English as Casca, Sally Dean as Calphumia, Tom 
Lynch as Portia, Pam LePore as Decius Brutus / Another 
Poet, and Tony Wolf as Octavius. 

Notably, the production was prepared and put on 
during the '92 Presidential election, which constantly re- 
minded the cast and crew how relevant the play's issues are, 
both to our time and to the future of humanity. 

- Tony Wolf 




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The Bald Men 's Barbecue . 



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women, students and 
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BJF Debates Oxford 




The Holy Cross debate team took' 
on the Oxford Union over the 
topic, ' Love May Be The Answer, 
But Sex Poses Son\e Pretty Inter- 
esting Questions." Needless to 
say, the Brits leftblushingbecause 
of the topic and because of their 
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The second play presented in Alternate College 
Theater's '92-'93 season was the classic American musical 
play Carousel. Based on Ferenc Molnar's play Liliom, with 
music by Richard Rodgers and the book and lyrics by Oscar 
Hammerstein II, the story struck a surprisingly contemporary 
chord by its treatment of domestic violence. When the musical 
was written in 1945, the subject was difficult enough; in 1993 
the text proved perhaps more relevant that it had 50 years 
previous. 

Issues raised included how abused women should 
handle themselves, what choices were available to them in the 
America of the 19th century, and to what extent the values of 
forgiveness and redemption can, or should, be made to bear 
in such cases. Set in a New England coastal village between 
1873 and 1889, the story of two contrasting pairs of lovers is 
played out in the context of their community . The town's 
values are exemplified in its rituals, including a clambake, the 
games their children play, a high school graduation, and 
going to the local carnival. The score is filled with classic 
melodies which have become part of the national conscious- 
ness, including "If I Loved You," "June Is Bustin' Out All 
Over," and "You'll Never Walk Alone." Fenwick Theater 
audiences were deeply moved by the presentation of a fatally 
flawed marriage between factory worker Julie Jordan (played 
by Elissa Gotha) and shiftless carnival barker Billy Bigelow 
(James Lloyd Braunstein). 

As is the case with A.C.T., the show was completely 
produced and performed by students. Directed by Prof. 
Bruce I. Miller, with A.C.T. Chair Alex Zequeira serving as 
assistant director and stage manager, the production in- 
volved the active participation of over 100 students - 40 on the 
stage with the rest behind the scenes in management, orches- 
tral and production roles. Principle cast members included 
Gotha, Braunstein, Matt Cavanagh, Nicole Bard, Michael J. 
Coolican and Toshma Pkickney. Jeff Cronin produced for 
A.C.T. 




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BSU Dinner 




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arco Polo 
Sings a Solo 



Enormously powerful heat lamps creating a tropic 
garden on an iceberg in Norway. Veal wine. Impregnation 
via laser bolts from space. Frozen flamingos falling from the 
sky. Mother and father rolled into one. These are just a few 
of the zany things audiences found in Fenwick Theatre's 
spring production of John Guare's futuristic comedy of 
manners, Marco Polo Sings A Solo. 

Director Steve Vineberg had always dreamed of 
bringing Marco Polo to the Fenwick Theatre stage, and this 
year his dream came true. The play features the elite of 
society as they face the upcoming 21st century. Stony 
McBride (Marc Gunn) is filming a movie about the life of 
Marco Polo, featuring the cranky Lusty McBride (Mark 
Diaz) in the title role. An enigmatic Norwegian maid - 
actually the famous Skippy Schaeffer in disguise (Maria 
Jimenez) - watches as slick diplomat Tom Wintermouth 
(Tony Wolf) tries to entice Stony's wif e, Diane (Mary Sheridan) 
to run away with him. Meanwhile, the hippie-ish Mrs. 
McBride (Pam LePore) relates to Stony the truth of his 
conception, and goldenboy Frank Schaeffer (Chris Connolly) 
attempts to become the "technological Messiah." 

Amidst all the chaos and special effects hi-jtnks, the 
play brings home the very real and very relevant message 
that we all must stop "singing solos" and strive for meaning- 
ful connections with others. Especially notable were the 
brilliant costume designs of Kurt McGraw, and the incred- 
ible set designed by Bill Rynders and Kellie Lee. 

- Tony Wolf 




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American Cancer Society - 
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students have friends, professors, deans and en- 
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success, the college community raised over four 
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For some reason, pride in a school has tradi- 
tionaUy depended on the strength of its athletics. 
Whenyou get together with old high school friends 
you don't insult them because your school's aver- 
age Verbal SAT score is 60 points higher than theirs. 
Instead, you laugh at them because our hoop team 
beat theirs by 30. The following photos show just 
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This year's Crusader football team was char- 
acterized by its ability to overcome adversity to 
achieve success. 1992 marked the beginning of a 
new era of Crusader football with the debut of new 
Head Coach Peter Vaas. While the coach may have 
changed, the Crusaders did not change their win- 
ning tradition. The intensity and desire of this 
squad was most evident in winning five of its last 
six games. 

The seniors were the biggest and brightest 
reasons for the continued success of the football 
program. The seniors established an impressive 
36-7-1 career record, including a 19-2-1 record at 
Fitton Field. In addition, the seniors anchored a 
defense which ended the season ranked #3 nation- 
ally. Heading the charge for the defense was co- 
captain Tom McDonald, who was recognized for 
his excellence on the field by being named Patriot 
League Co-Defensive Player of the Year. McDonald 
was also honored as a member of three post-season 
All- American teams. 







Holy Cross was well represented on the All- 
Patriot League team as McDonald, Todd Araujo, 
Jim Bowes, Troy Dixon, Greg Draddy, Marcus 
Duckworth, Bill Hitchmoth, Rob Milanette, Garrett 
Morris, and John Powell were all honored . Another 
inspiration to the defense and entire team was Mike 
Walsh. In addition, players such as Monte Chan- 
dler and Sean Hailey, with their ability to step in 
and play at any time, provided the depth necessary 
for defensive success. 

The offense was anchored by All-league picks 
John Zufall and Ron Hooey. Seniors Ed Coburn, 
Matt Horstman, Russell Player, Shawn Sierra, Chris 
Bodanza, Craig Derrell, and Henry Ashton pro- 
vided leadership and support to the younger offen- 
sive players. Coach Vaas brought a new offensive 
philosophy to the team. The transition from a more 
wide open run and shoot offense to one more con- 
servative required perseverance and patience. It 
was the players' pride and dedication which proved 
to be an example for the younger players and 
facilitated the transition. Senior leadership was 
necessary to continue the winning Holy Cross 
tradition. 

This year's seniors now pass the baton to 
capable players such as Rob Milanette, Todd Araujo, 
Frank Visconti, Mike Flanagan, Chris Summers, 
and Reggie Willis. These players will lead the 
Crusaders on the field next season. 

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The Women's Volleyball team learned some 
hard lessons during their 1 992-93 season. The team's 
final record does not reflect the many positive re- 
sults, including consistent improvement through- 
out the Fall. The Lady Crusaders maintained a 
positive attitude through many tough defeats, al- 
lowing them to reach many individual goals. 

Senior captain Tricia Gallivan was the major 
contributor to the team both on and off the court. In 
addition to her all around talent, Tricia led the team 
with her aggressive play and her hustle. Off the 
court her sense of humor and supportive attitude 
towards her teammates helped improve the morale 
of the team when things were bleakest. Her leader- 
ship and athletic abilities earned her the Most Valu- 
able Player award as well as a spot on the Patriot 
League's All Tournament Team. 




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Senior defensive specialist Pam Benzan was 
another important force on the Crusader squad. 
Pam was characterized by her essential digs and 
hustle, providing a fine example for the younger 
players. She also provided words of encourage- 
ment whenever necessary. 

Next year's team hopes to continue building on 
this season's successes and win more matches for 
Holy Cross. Junior middle hitters, Suzanne Giorgio, 
Christine Svitila and Liza Sullivan have improved 
their blocking and hitting, which will make them 
league leaders in these areas. First year students 
Nancy Bums and Christina Houston will be looked 
upon to contribute both offensively and defen- 
sively. Junior outside hitters Maureen Bolton and 
Sophomores Shelagh Foley and Maria Parese hope 
to see increased playing time next season. 
Quarterbacking the team will be sophomore Deb 
MacLaren and first year student Mary Cavanaugh. 
This year's experiences have provided the confi- 
dence necessary for Deb and Mary to lead the 
Crusader offense to more victories. 

- Maureen Bolton 



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ield Hockey 



Striving to overcome last year's disappointing 
season, the 1992 Women's Field Hockey team proved 
that they had the talent and determination to beat 
the odds. Projected to finish last in the Patriot 
League pre-season poll, the Lady Crusaders foiled 
this prediction, capturing an impressive second 
place in the league. Dramatically improving in all 
areas, the team finished the season with an overall 
record of 8-9-1, which marks the fewest losses since 
Holy Cross turned Division I. In addition to these 
remarkable team accomplishments, there were sev- 
eral extraordinary individual performances. 

Co-captain Chantal Lacroix was selected to the 
All-Patriot League team and named a Regional AU- 
American, while co-captain Nora Tracey and Mich- 
elle Gagne were also selected to the All-Patriot team. 
Furthermore, Gagne led the league and the team in 
goals and sophomore Erin Hoye led the league and 
team in assists. Fortunately for the Crusaders, this 
scoring duo will be around for two more seasons. 

The senior contingent of Nora Tracey, Lisa 
O'Neill, Janet Burke and Wendy Faivre were an 
integral part of the team's successes. Burke, Faivre 
and Tracey were unfailing on the defensive line, 
while O'Neill continually sparked the attack. In 
appreciation, Tracey was voted team Most Valuable 
Player and O'Neill was voted team Unsung Hero. 

Since depth was a major asset to this 1992 
squad, the contributions of the underclasses should 
not go unnoticed. Junior standouts Chantal Lacroix, 
Liz Walsh, Yuki Minami, and Carolyn LoCurto 
filled critical spots in both the mid- and back-fields. 
Goalies Cheryl Lane and Tara Tully rounded off this 
defense oriented class with their solid performances 
in the cage. Sophomore forwards Michelle Gagne, 
Most Improved Player Erin Hoye, and Julie Gomeau 
contributed dynamic offensive assaults while 
sweeper Laurie (Rhonda) Colarusso and mid-fielder 
Sue Cameron provided aggressive defensive per- 
formances. 

The future of the Crusaders looks bright with 
the potential of its first year players, including Rookie 
of the Year Lori- Ann Lima, forward Christina Iwane, 
and goalie Julie Elmore. With this year's tremen- 
dous successes and improvements, co-captains 
Chantal Lacroix and Liz Walsh look to lead the 
Crusaders to an even more successful 1993 season. 

- Lisa O'Neill 




As usual, the 1 992 season began with an intense 
pre-season for the Holy Cross Crusaders. Second 
year Head Coach Elvis Comrie and Assistant Coach 
Tom Foley hoped that triple daily sessions would 
transform his young team into legitimate Patriot 
League contenders. The team returned twenty 
varsity lettermen, anchored by returning captain 
Paul Schmidt, co-captain Pat Mungovan, and four 
year starters Danny Fetters and Tim Graham. Expe- 
rienced leadership and skilled underclassmen 
seemed keys to a successful season. 

The Crusaders defeated Bucknell University in 
their home opener. This conference win was impor- 
tant as the team struggled with injuries throughout 
the season. Hopes for a Holy Cross conference 
championship were dashed by tough losses to na- 
tionally ranked Army and powerhouses Navy and 
Colgate. Despite these disappointments, the team 
maintained optimism as players such as Brian Nigri 
filled important roles on the field. 

The level of play improved throughout the 
season as individuals became a competitive unit. 
Strikers Travis Glasson and Brian Nigri were ever 
present threats, and were supported by a midfield 
anchored by Danny Fetters, Justin Cross, Pete 
Gauchat, and Tim Graham. The Crusader defense 
successfully frustrated opponents, and was led by 
sweeper Pat Mungovan and stopper Paul Schmidt. 
Wingbacks Eric Kelly and Brad Porter did excellent 
marking jobs, providing additional offensive punch. 
Coach Comrie pushed his players to new levels of 
play, holding the Crusaders together with his effu- 
sive personality and strong character. All around, 
team members helped make 1992 a memorable 
season. 

Glimpses of the future could be seen in spring 
season play, in which the Crusaders placed third at 
the UCONN indoor tournament and rousted 
UMASS 2-0 in outdoor play. If younger players 
continue their improvement, the Crusaders prom- 
ise to provide tough competition for other NCAA 
schools next season. 

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The 1992 Women's Soccer team began its 
season knowing that the road to success would be 
difficult. 1991 assistant coach, Mary Curtis, be- 
came the third head coach in four years. The team 
suffered from the loss of graduated seniors Dina 
DeSantis, Lee Hendrickson, and Debbie No well, as 
well as students abroad Colleen Keaney and Jen 
Bissonette, and transfers Kristen Eckman and 
Valerie Thomas. Still, throughout preseason, the 
team remained optimistic with the acquisition of a 
strong class of first year players. 

As preseason progressed, however, the team 
also lost seniors Holly Simms and Barbara Cassidy, 
as well as sophomore Audrey Smith, to knee inju- 
ries . Without the offensive power of Barb and Holly 
or the control Audrey provided in the midf ield, the 
team was forced to make major adjustments. Yet, 
the enthusiasm of Coach Curtis and the spirit of the 
players provided high hopes for the 1992 season. 

Unfortunately, the season did not progress as 
hoped. There were many disappointing losses, 
including a 1-0 heartbreaker to nationally ranked 
UNH with four seconds left in regulation. The 
game against third-ranked UCONN, although re- 
sulting in a 2-0 loss, was a positive experience for 
the young Crusader squad. The season provided 
other positive experiences as well, of which the 
rainy overtime win against Patriot League oppo- 
nent Lehigh is a perfect example. The team also 
defeated Harvard, the first time the Holy Cross 
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The disappointing season was not due to lack 
of hard work by team members, led by senior tri- 
captains Shannon Carroll, Carol Fitzpatrick, and 
Peg Sullivan; juniors Amy Gorin and Meri Rogers; 
sophomores Jessie McMahon, Chris Porath, Allyson 
O'Connell, Kim O'Malley, Helen Litsas, Jodie 
"Friskey " Johnson, Sue McKay; and freshmen Kathy 
"Wheels" Dachowski, Coleen Madden, Kara 
McDermott, Caitlin Lambert, Jessica Murphy, Kara 
Rozendaal, and Mary Harrahy . 

Despite a 5-12 record, the team finished the 
season with great memories. Freshmen initiation 
was memorable. Special thanks to Bill, Brian, and 
Matt for your help. Bus rides were always informa- 
tive, especially for Dan "the manager man" 
Manuszac. The team banquet brought an official 
end to the 1992 season with the awarding of team 
honors: MVP went to Shannon Carroll, Rookie of 
the Year to Colleen Madden and Unsung Hero to 
Carol Fitzpatrick. Congratulations to Peg Sullivan 
who earned Patriot League MVP honors. 

The seniors would like to thank all the under- 
classmen for making our senior year the best one 
yet. Thank you, coach Curtis and assistant coach 
Walker. A very special thanks to Uncle George, our 
most loyal fan over the past four years. You will 
always be a part of our Holy Cross soccer experi- 
ence. Best wishes to the team for future success. 
We'll miss you! 

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After a disappointing season in 1991, the Holy 
Cross Women's Tennis Team came back with a 
stronger showing in 1992. Coached by veteran 
Oscar Najarian, the women finished with a 5-8-1 
record, including wins over Hartford, Rhode Is- 
land, and Patriot League rival Fordham. Despite a 
losing record, the Crusaders improved over last 
year's finish and the camaraderie among the team- 
mates was inspiring. The team will graduate four 
seniors, aU sharing captain responsibilities, but a 
new group of women provide a strong team for the 
future. 

Playing in the first singles position was Kathleen 
MeUi who jumped from the fourth singles position 
her first year at HC. While she played the best 
players in the Patriot League and beyond, her deter- 
mination led MeUi to a 6-8 record in singles. Senior 
Sarah Mick, playing #2 singles this season, compiled 
a lot of pla3njng time in her four years on the team. 
First-year Pam Petti made a strong showing and 
garnered herself the #3 singles spot. Pam should 
definitely make strides during her next three years 
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Junior Deidre O'Brien was the #4 player on the 
team and will lead the Crusaders as a senior next 
year. Kay Perkins, a newcomer to the team, made a 
great impression during the season. She compiled a 
9-4 record in singles and picked up MVP honors. 
The final singles player in the starting line-up was 
senior Charuda "Bee" Upatham who moved from 
her doubles position last year into the singles roster. 
Coach Najarian mixed up the doubles line- 
up frequently, but in the Patriot League Tourna- 
ment Melli and senior Adriana Bauza were #1, 
Sarah Mick and sophomore Sharon Cox #2, and 
first-year roonunates Piretti and Perkins #3. These 
three teams provided many strong finishes at the 
end of matches. Rounding out the team were senior 
Meg Flemming and junior Ally McDonald who 
should make great showings next year. 

This year's record does not reflect the quality of 
tennis played. Many matches were extremely close, 
usually determined by three-set struggles. The sup- 
port shown during the season was unparalleled, 
and should help the team develop the depth and 
strength that it needs to make further improvement 
next year. The team will miss the four seniors next 
fall, but with their help and inspiration this season, 
the Crusaders are headed for the winning track in 
the future. 

-Charuda "Bee" Upatham 



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This was the year the dream came true. After 
a 13 year absence, the Holy Cross Men's Basketball 
Team finally returned to the NCAA tournament 
after several near misses in recent years. This year's 
squad was lead by a seasoned quintet of seniors 
who posted an 83-36 record in their four years as 
Crusaders. The seniors combined with a talented 
group of underclassmen to capture the Patriot 
League Tournament title and an automatic berth to 
the NCAA tournament. 

Holy Cross fans knew they were in for an 
exciting year after a thrilling win over Sienna in the 
second game of the season. Playing at the Centrum 
for the first time in several years, the hoopsters 
pulled off a 96-95 overtime win in a classic battle 
between the two rivals. The team bounced back 
after some disappointing losses to UMass, Boston 
College, and Manhattan by going 14-2 over the rest 
of the season. 

The Crusaders finished second in the Patriot 
League during the regular season behind Bucknell. 
This gave the Bison the homecourt advantage for 
the league tournament. After having lost there just 
two weeks earlier, the 'Saders returned to Le wisburg, 
PA to play for the league title. In a game nationally 
televised on ESPN, and in front of several hundred 
loyal fans who made the trek to unfriendly Davis 
Gym, the team crushed Bucknell 98-73 to grab the 
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The campus buzzed with excitement. Holy 
Cross was now in the national spotlight, and mem- 
bers of the media from all over New England in- 
vaded Mount St. James. The HC players and fans 
anxiously watched the NCAA tournament selec- 
tion show to find out that they would play at 
Winston-Salem, N.C. against the nationally ranked 
Razorbacks of Arkansas. The team fell to the pow- 
erful and talented Razorbacks, but played with 
courage and pride in the process. Arkansas ad- 
vanced to the Sweet Sixteen before falling to the 
eventual national champions. North Carolina. 

The '92-93 season also saw the emergence of 
a new Holy Cross force, the "Hart Attack." Student 
fans rallied behind the team and reestablished the 
concept of Purple Pride. The vociferous antics of the 
Hart Attack made the Hart Center one of the most 
difficult gyms to visit in the East. The newly formed 
Hart Attack was instrumental in helping the Cru- 
saders finish with a record of 1 3-1 in the Hart Center. 
Roger Breslin and Frank Powell were the co-cap- 
tains of this year's exciting team. Roger and Frank 
led the team with vocal enthusiasm and embodied 
the spirit and energy necessary for a great basketball 
team. The other three seniors. Bill Walker, Derek 
Farkas, and Rick Mashbum, also served as out- 
standing role models for their younger teammates. 

The future looks bright for the Crusaders. 
Junior John Young has developed into one of the 
best big men in the Patriot League. Rob Feaster had 
a steUar sophomore campaign and has already 
emerged as one of the finest players in the East. As 
co-captains of next year's team, it will be their duty 
to carry the torch this year's seniors have passed to 
them. 

The accolades and awards collected by the 
members of this year's team were numerous. But 
rather than presenting a long list of unpressive 
honors gathered by individuals, it would be more 
appropriate to emphasize the greatest accomplish- 
ment of aU; the establishment and creation of a 
TEAM in the truest sense. The '92-93 Crusaders 
were all about sacrifice. They were a perfect combi- 
nation of 15 players, 4 coaches, and 3 managers, all 
working together for a common cause. On any 
given night, any player could have been the star of 
the game. On most nights, however, everyone 
wound up stars because of the way this team per- 
formed as a unit. 

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It is the crack of the gun; all hell breaking loose. 

It is the wind, rain and snow; embracing the elements. 

It is pleasure and delight; loneliness and freedom. 

It is unleashed rage. It is to soar. It is CROSS COUNTRY. 

There are no cheering crowds. There is no one. There is you. 

There is the earth pulling down; callusedfeet pushing up. 

There is fatigue of the hill; the silence of the wood. 

There is the scorned body wanting to collapse. There is no rest. 

In Summer, Winter, Spring, and Fall; THIS is Cross Country. 

In willing the mind over the body; THIS is Cross Country. 

In the agony and ecstasy of the finish; THIS is Cross Country. 

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Coach Al Halper anticipated some changes in 
his program this year as, for the first time, the team 
consisted entirely of non-scholarstdp athletes. h\ the 
past, the Lady Harriers were characterized by suc- 
cess and talent and this year's squad refused to 
relinquish that reputation. 

The Women's Cross-Country team, which has 
traditionally been close knit both on and off the 
course, was especially tight this year. The team's top 
seven runners remained a coherent group during 
most races, particularly the Holy Cross Crusades at 
which the Purple pack captured places one through 
four. Although the Patriot League championships 
were a disappointment for the team, led by Senior 
co-captains Jean Donnelly, Kathleen McKnight, and 
Kim Coulter, the overall successes of the season 
outweighed the team's shortcomings. 

The most notable performance this year came 
from Jean Donnelly who returned to the team with 
a vengeance after spending her spring semester in 
Washington, D.C. Coach Halper and Jean's team- 
mates named her Most Valuable Player for placing 
in the team's top three in every race. After three 
somewhat disappointing years, Jean's success her 
senior year stands as an inspiration to her younger 
teammates. 

For the first time in years, underclassmen 
comprised a majority of the Varsity squad. The 
Varsity team consisted of seniors Jean Donnelly and 
Kathleen McKnight, junior Christine Davenport, 
sophomores Lynn Libera tore. Amy DesRosiers, and 
Keelin Ahem, and freshmen Julie Lavelle, Tara 
McGarry and Nicole Martin. Nicole, awarded the 
distinction of Most Valuable Freshman, was an 
especially valuable addition to the team. Despite 
the loss of two senior top runners. Women's Cross 
Country can look forward to a successful future. 

- Kathleen McKnight 

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The 1992 Crusader Cross Country season was 
one of both tribulation and triumph. Early success 
over URI and solid performances at the National 
Catholic Championships at Notre Dame pointed 
the squad in the right direction heading into the 
Patriot League Championships. However, the Cru- 
saders only managed to capture fifth place. Despite 
this performance, HC bounced back at the IC4A 
Championships two weeks later with their best 
team effort of the year, capturing 5th out of 22 teams 
in the University Division. 

With junior Pat Kiley and seniors Justin Renz, 
John Griffin, and captains Bob Dominique and John 
Carron, the 1992 team brought a great deal of expe- 
rience to the squad. However, significant contribu- 
tions were made by sophomores Joe Hinchey, Rich 
Griffin and Shane McLaughlin as weU as first-year- 
students Jeff Patemo, Evan Chekas, Tim Fahey, 
Aaron Uhle, and Marc LeCours. 



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The 1992-1993 Men's and Women's Swimming 
Teams completed another successful season at the 
Hart Recreation Center. Barry Parenteau, coaching 
in his thirteenth season, led the Lady Crusaders to a 
5-8 record, while his father, Paul Parenteau, coach- 
ing in his twentieth season, led the men to a 6-7 
mark. While both teams finished the year under 
.500, hopes abound because of the youth of the 
squads and another class of strong recruits. 

The Lady Crusaders' record is deceiving as three 
of their defeats came by a single point. Patriot 
League rivals Colgate and Lafayette, as weU as 
Springfield were all able to edge out the team in the 
final relay and secure wins. Senior co-captains 
Laura Whalen and Sara NaiU provided valuable 
leadership for a squad largely comprised of first and 
second year swimmers. Whalen swam both the 
butterfly and the middle distance freestyle, while 
NaiU excelled in the sprint freestyle for the fourth 
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The team's other graduating senior, Amanda 
Ferry, used her versatility to score critical points in 
a combination of events. Also, sophomore Colleen 
Lynch capped off another successful season by 
capturing the 200 yard freestyle crown at the Patriot 
League Championships. In addition, Allyssa Bates 
scored in both the 100 and 200 butterflys, while Meg 
Naill scored in both breaststrokes. Bara Connolly, 
Tracy Juan, and Deb Prol provided valuable depth 
for the team. Congratulations to Erin Kimbrel on 
being named "Most Improved" swimmer. 

The men's squad also had a successful season, 
punctuated by exciting wins over Trinity and cross 
town rivals Clark and WPI. Leading the men were 
co-captains Kevin Carolan and Tim Jordan. Carolan, 
the only senior on the squad, set a new school record 
in the 200 yard breaststroke. Jordan, only a junior, 
swam as captain in only his second year of swim- 
ming for Holy Cross. Jordan proved a valuable 
performer in the sprint freestyle events, scoring 
many valuable individual points. 

Roger Brunelle performed admirably in the 
freestyle events, scoring many first place points for 
the team. In addition, first year student John Hay 
showed versatility, swimming butterfly, breast- 
stroke, and distance freestyle, and was named Most 
Valuable for his effort. Both the men's and women's 
swim teams look forward to greater success next 
season. 

- Kevin Carolan 



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In the 1992-93 Patriot League preseason poll. 
Holy Cross was the coaches' top choice. Predicted 
to repeat after the 1991 championship season, the 
Lady Crusaders could not defend their title last 
year. This year's team, led by its four seniors, Beth 
Godfrey, Norrnne Powers, Carrie Ramenof sky, and 
Meghan Sullivan, were not about to let that happen 
again. 

"I reaUy have a feeling that these four are 
ready to accept the challenges of leading this team. 
They all 'grew up' last year, and I do see a bond and 
a determination that they want this year to be a 
memorable, championship end to their careers. Their 
time has come - it is their team to lead and mold." 

-Head Coach Bill Gibbons 

Championship, indeed. The Lady Crusad- 
ers finished the season with a record of 22-7 overall, 
12-2 in league play. Despite two heartbreaking 
losses to Fordham and Army, the team captured the 
Patriot League title. 

Each senior was a leader, either by her words 
or her actions, and that balance proved to be the 
exact formula for a tremendous year. Forward 
Norinne Powers led the team in scoring and fin- 
ished her career third in the school's all-tune scoring 
Hst. She was named All-ECAC and Patriot League 
"Player of the Year" for the second straight year. 
Meghan Sullivan was the team's steady influence in 
the backcourt and stood out as an inspiration in her 
comeback from a knee injury to make the All-Patriot 
League Second Team. Joining her on the Second 
Team was tliree point specialist Carrie Ramenofsky 
who consistently contributed with her solid play in 
the smaU forward spot. In the middle, Beth Godfrey, 
with her physical play down low and her knack for 
doing the unnoticeable Uttle things, established her- 
self as the team's unsung heroine. Freshman Karen 
Juda also had a tremendous first season, grabbing 
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After the post-season league honors were 
awarded, the team focussed on winning the Patriot 
League Tournament. The Lady Crusaders defeated 
rival Fordham University in the championship game 
at the Hart Center in March. Seniors Meghan 
Sullivan and Carrie Ramenof sky were named to the 
All-Tournament team, while Norinne Powers was 
awarded the tournament's "Most Valuable Player." 
With the league and tourney championships under 
its belt, the team had a fine shot at being granted an 
at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. There were 
many quality teams V3dng for the limited number of 
spaces in the tournament, however the Lady Cru- 
saders unfortunately did not receive an invitation. 

Even this disappointment could not dampen 
the team's spirits. This was an outstanding season. 
Only rarely can a Division 1 team finish its season on 
a winning note. Along with the year's success, the 
team learned, grew, and shared a great deal. The 
friendships they formed and the memories they 
created are things that, as they all well know, will 
last a lifetime. 
"We are family! . . . FOREVER!" 

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The 1992-93 crew season was a successful one for Holy Cross 
men's crew. With nine seniors and a total of fourteen returning 
oarsmen, this year's team was a very seasoned one. Adding 
strength were the sophomores, up from last year's New En- 
gland champion novice team. The Fall season opened on 
Columbus Day weekend with the Head of the Connecticut 
Regatta. The lightweight squad, in its second year under coach 
Tom Sullivan, fielded two full eights, the first of which placed 
ninth out of thirty-fiveboats. They finished as the top Dad Vail 
crew. The heavyweights, under the guidance of coach Bud 
Ermilio, boasted a strong, experienced eight which included 
four seniors. In addition, the lightweights and heavyweights 
competed in the Championship Eights event. Rowing under 
the name of Quinsigamond Rowing Association, Holy Cross 
competed in the Club Eights event at the Head of the Charles, 
in a composite boat which consisted of both heavyweights and 
lightweights. There they placed a very impressive 4th out of 45 
boats, earning medals and an automatic entry for next year. The 
following week at the Snake Regatta in Worcester, the heavy- 
weights and lightweights finished first and second against a 
field of fifteen boats. The second varsity also finished an 
impressive fourth in the race, defeated only by the WPI varsity. 
This race marked the first race for the first years, who were 
coached by Dave Bice and Joe Tracy. Both boats finished strong, 
with the stronger boat taking second place in a closely contested 
race with WPI. The freshers took revenge two weeks later, 
however, by winning the freshmen only Foot of the Connecticut 
Regatta. After the successful completion of the fall schedule, the 
Crusaders headed indoors to the Hart Center tanks for Winter 
training. Winter workouts included weight circuits, Indian 



runs, rowing on the ergometers and in the tanks, and running in the 
hockey stadium. In addition, the team travelled to Oak Ridge, 
Tennessee, over Spring Break where they put in double workouts 
every day, while rowing a total of nearly 200 miles. The Winter was 
lengthy, and Lake Quinsigamond remained frozen until the second 
week of April. The frozen course led to the cancellation of a 
scrimmage with Princeton and a race against Coast Guard, Wesley an 
and URI. The team was forced to travel into Boston on the weekends 
in search of valuable water time. After only two days of practice 
and Lake Quinsigamond still frozen solid. Holy Cross raced MIT 
on the Charles. All three varsity boats were impressive, each 
coming within one second of defeating MIT crews which had been 
on the water for several weeks. The Freshman heavyweights gained 
the only Crusader victory when they defeated MIT in their race. 
Lake Quinsigamond finally opened on April 8th. All Holy Cross 
boats enjoyed successful racing seasons. The varsity heavyweights, 
second varsity, and freshman heavies all won the Worcester City 
Championships as Holy Cross took the team point trophy for the 
fourth consecutive year. Their victory earned the heavyweights the 
right to represent Worcester in the Eastern Sprints. Other heavy- 
weight victories included wins over Boston College, Wesleyan, 
Colby, UVM, Amherst, and Williams. Also, they won the petite 
final at the New England Championships, placing seventh overall 
and posting a faster time than two in the grand final. In addition to 
defeating WPI at the City Championships, the second varsity also 
defeated UM ASS, Colgate, Tufts, Ithaca, and UNH. Having qual- 
ified for the grand final, the team placed fifth at the New Englands. 
Lightweight victories came over UMASS, Trinity, Williams, Ithaca, 
Boston College, URI, Michigan, Purdue, Union, Kansas, and Man- 
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ified for the grand final and finished third. Strong performances 
by the lightweights and the second varsity earned them bids at the 
new Champion International Intercollegiate Regatta, a national 
championship event for smaller colleges held in Worcester on 
May 1 6 . The second varsity qualified for the petite final, where 
they took second in a fast race and eighth overall. The lightweights 
posted the third fastest qualifying time, but were in a tough heat, 
placing them in the petite final, which they won, placing them 
seventh overall. The lightweights actually posted a better time 
than three of the boats in the grand final. Varsity team members 
included captains Mike Smith and Pete Stanton, seniors Tim 
O'Brien, Mike Spencer, Eric Grenier, Noel Pardo, Jim Lennon, 
Steve Harr, and Jeanine Gandt . Juniors included Frank Ernst, Ray 
Cabrera, Dan Kiely, Pete Orio, and Chris Noone. Sophomore 
members were John Cantwell, Bob Smith, Rob Murray, Matt 
Burke, Tom Gillon, Dave O'Donnell, Todd Gallentine, Nick 
Mangonaro, Steve Pongonis, Tom Sullivan, Matt Simitis, Dedra 
Desio, and Caitlin Scanlon. First year Elliott Repko completed the 
varsity squad. The team looks forward to next season in which 
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The 1992-1993 Holy Cross Golf Team enjoyed 
one of its most successful seasons in recent memory. 
Following junior co-captain Chris Winter's (74-71) 
second place individual performance and the team's 
strong finish (6/18) at the New England region of 
the NCAA's the outlook was promising. Junior Pat 
Kuntz (80-80) and senior co-captain Ryan Kenny 
(82-79) paced the Crusaders in a 7/15 finish at the 
UNH Wildcat Invitational. 

The following week. Winter responded with a 
71 and junior Steve Conley chipped in a 78 as 
Providence edged HC at Pleasant Valley (395-397). 
Holy Cross capped off the FaU season with the 
Worcester City Championship, which they won for 
the ninth time in ten years. Kuntz ^7) claimed 
medalist honors while Winter (79) was runner-up. 

The Spring season presented Holy Cross golf- 
ers with the opportunity of a lifetime. An Easter 
break trip pitted the Crusaders against the defend- 
ing National Champion University of Arizona Wild- 
cats. While the favorites prevailed 11-4, Winter 
proved his mettle in defeating AU American Rob 
Mclver, and Conley earned one point with a 37 on 
the back nine at Tucson National CC. Following a 
disappointing fifth place finish at the Patriot League 
Championships, the Crusaders posted a 318 to fin- 
ish 8/ 18 at the URI Invitational with Winter (76) and 
Kenny (78) as low scorers. The weather-shortened 
season came to a close with a loss to Providence in 
which senior Rich Mynahan scored a hole in one on 
the 8th hole at Wannammoisset CC. Did anyone see 
it. Rich? 

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Despite a 3-29 final record, there were many 
bright spots in the Lady Crusaders' softball season. 
For starters, all three wins came against Patriot 
League opponents, helping the team to a sixth place 
finish. A 6-5 decision over defending Patriot League 
champions Army marked the first time in their ten 
year existence that the Lady Crusaders beat the 
Lady Knights. The other two wins were against 
Patriot League opponent Lafayette. 

Five returning letter- winners led the way for 
the 'Crusaders. Senior Lisa Cascio captained the 
young, inexperienced squad and tied with Michelle 
DeViva for a team high 12 R.B.L Cascio played 
superbly at first base, earning a .972 fielding per- 
centage by committing only six errors over thirty- 
two games. Junior Colleen Correa captured the 
landmark win over Army, and the team will no 
doubt look to her for guidance next year. Sopho- 
more Jackie Gray finished strongly with the team 
leading batting average of .292 and fine perfor- 
mance in the outfield. Sophomores Dawn Bowler 
and Megan Gaffney played well at third base and 
short stop respectively. Providing infield experi- 
ence, they will be vital to the team's success next 
season. 

Some first year players who contributed right 
away were Julie Elmore, who took over pitching 
duties, batted well, and proved a very good utility 
player, Michelle DeViva, who co-owned the team 
high 12 R.B.I. and hit consistently well, Karen landoH, 
who proved to be a defensive stalwart at second 
base, and JiU Zaliekas behind the plate. Glenna 
Ryan, Christina RaneUi, Alison O'Connell, Melissa 
Merola, and Stephanie Paolini (all '95) also contrib- 
uted at key points throughout the season. 

Losing only Cascio, coach Fran Dyson wiU have 
one senior, three juniors, and nine sophomores 
returning. Next year's incoming class will include 
two pitchers. If performance matches the enthusi- 
asm and intensity of the team, the Lady Crusaders 
wiU look to contend in the Patriot League. 

- Lisa Cascio 



With five seniors returning, the Men's Tennis 
team anticipated an impressive season. However, 
bad weather caused a loss of valuable practice time, 
and the effects showed for the first couple weeks of 
the season. The team consisted of Lance Hutchinson 
(co-captain) at#l singles, Steve Cutone (co-captain) 
#2, Dave Howe #3, John Enright #4, Brian Brandt #5, 
and freshman Steve Baker #6. Matt Smith, Adrian 
"Pineapple" Pertierra, Anthony Vinciquera, and 
"Mustard Man" Bob Murray also made contribu- 
tions to the team. Hutchinson and Howe played #1 
doubles, Brandt-Enright #2, and Cutone-Baker #3. 
Baker had an impressive year with eight wins in 
singles and seven in doubles. Lance Hutchinson 
also had seven singles victories. 

The team finished with a 3-5 record in matches 
and highlights included victories over UNH and 
Trinity. On the downside, Coach Oscar "Mr. Magoo" 
Najorian had to pull the team off the court at Central 
Connecticut to protest a lack of sportsmanship on 
the part of the opposition's coach and two players. 
Most of the matches which the team lost could have 
gone either way. 

Motivational leader John Enright came through 
with strong performances at the end of the year, 
saying he was inspired by Steve Baker's winning 
play. Third doubles was strong throughout the 
year. Cutone attributed this to his and Baker's 
ability "to work as a team on and off the court." So, 
while the overall season was a bit of a disappoint- 
ment, the team had a lot of fun along the way. 

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With the loss of veteran coach Jack Whalen just 
before the Spring, the Holy Cross baseball tean\ 
looked to its seniors for guidance during the 1993 
season. Any way you look at it the seniors delivered . 

No one came through more than captain Jim 
Larkin. He led the team in batting (.321), rbis (17), 
and hits (35), while playing twenty-three games 
without an error. Larkin was best noted for his 
clutch batting. His 11th inning home run to beat 
rival Fordham and his 9th inning three run homer 
against Dartmouth are two great examples. Larkin 
was honored for his outstanding play by being 
named to the first team AU-Patriot League and by 
winning the Hop Riopel Award as team MVP. 

Senior Jerry Powderly led all Patriot League 
catchers in hitting, fielding percentage, and throw- 
ing out base runners. Ed Balsdon '93 led all infield- 
ers in fielding percentage and owned the lowest 
strikeout ratio of any regular starter. Brendan 
McGrail, not to be outdone by his classmates, played 
well in left field, frequently robbing opponents of 
doubles and triples. Jim Liebler, Terrence Butt, 
Chuck Fox and McGrail led the offense with clutch 
hitting with men on base. Butt was named to the 
second team Patriot League for his play on the field, 
while Paige Brennan was named a GTE District I 
Academic All- American for his work off the field. 

The pitching staff was led by its ace. Bill Lazos, 
who was the team leader in strikeouts. Starters 
Dave Boudreau and Jim Liebler followed close 
behind with fine seasons. Boudreau, with his 90+ 
fastball, is currently being scouted by the Astros. 
Liebler, a 4-year starter, and a captain, will play 
semi-pro ball in Winter 1993-94. Dave Ruddy '93 
pitched well in relief all season, holding opponents 
to only a .238 batting average, and was successful in 
every save opportunity. 

While the team ended with a disappointing 12- 
20 record overall, 9-11 in the Patriot League, this 
season remains memorable. 1993 highlights in- 
cluded 3 victories over the Crusaders' biggest rival, 
Fordham, who recently won the EC AC tournament 
and wiU play in the NCAA CoUege World Series. 
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Holy Cross after dark. After spending time in the 
fish-bowl, most students give their nights to 
various organizations on campus. From being a 
big brother or sister to inner city kids, to organiz- 
ing Sunday Mass in St. Joseph's, Holy Cross 
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In the Fall of '92, after a year hiatus, 
Amnesty International returned to 
Holy Cross. For those of you who don't 
know. Amnesty is an international hu- 
man rights organization that works for 
the release of all prisoners of con- 
science-people imprisoned for their 
race, nationality, religion, sex, sexual 
orientation, or political affiliation, pro- 
vided that they have neither used nor 
advocated the use of violence. Amnesty 
also works for fair and prompt trials for 
political prisoners and an end to disap- 
pearance, torture, and execution in all 
cases. 

This year's small, but dedicated 
group, was active both on and off cam- 
pus. Our main activity throughout the 




year was writing weekly Urgent Action 
Letters to governments around the 
world demanding that they live up to 
the international standard of human 
rights established by the United Na- 
tions in the Universal Declaration of 
Human Rights. In the Fall semester, we 
traveled to Boston for a Student Activ- 
ism Day at Tufts University where we 
heard such inspirational speakers as 
Jack Healy, executive director of 
A.I. U.S.A. We also were active on be- 
half of the indigenous peoples of the 
Americas. Besides co-sponsoring a 
showing of The Mission with Pax 
Christi, we held a day of action on Oc- 
tober 15, commemorating the 500 year 
struggle of indigenous peoples against 
the barbarous repression and outright 
genocide they have endured. We ad- 
dressed other human rights issues by 
bringing Billy Neal Moore, a former 
death row inmate, to speak about his 
life and experiences while on death row 



and since. And in December, we offered 
students an opportunity to send holii 
day cards of hope to prisoners of con-; 
science around the world. 

Our major project of the second se* 
mester was Jamnesty, a human rights 
concert held in the fieldhouse on the 
26th of March. Toy Truck, Canister 
The Dregs of Society, Danko, and The 
Toads all played, and between the sets:| 
members of Amnesty shared informan 
tion about human rights abuses in par-r 
ticular countries around the world. We 
also had an information/letter writing 
table where we were able to collect sig- 
natures and get over 150 letters written 
We ended the semester with a second 
trip to Boston, this time for a Students 
for Students Rally at Fanueil Hall. 

Next year's group promises to offer 
much of the same commitment and ac- 
tivism, as Anne Donahue and Shannor 
Handley will take over as co-chairs 
from Ted Henken, who will be in Ecua- 
dor teaching English, and Brendar 
Sharkey, who will spend his junior yeai 
abroad in Ireland. Erin Phair and San- 
dra Pace will remain as Urgent Actior 
coordinators and the new Secretary- 
/Treasurer will be Sheila Keating. 

-Peace, Ted Henker 



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'Appalachia Service Project 



The Appalachia Service Project sends 
»ver seventy students to the poverty- 
tricken region of Appalachia during 
Spring Break. Since the beginning of 
he program, when a small group of 
ommitted students decided to volun- 
eer their time for the benefit of others, 
he A.S.P. has proven itself to be a truly 
nlightening experience for all of those 
nvolved. They never forget the people 
hey meet and their stories of hardship 
nd courage. 

In addition to trying to satisfy the 
mmediate needs of those in the region, 
he program has also been beneficial to 
he Holy Cross students involved. It 
:reates a sense of Christian community 
n which students with different back- 
grounds and goals are united in a com- 
non cause. This solidarity forms 
itrong friendships and provides a 
Christian support group which contin- 
les well beyond the studei\ts' remain- 
ng years at Holy Cross. 



The Appalachia Service Project al- 
lows students to answer the call to ser- 
vice voiced by Jesuit ideals and Chris- 
tianity. It also provides a valuable 
opportunity to experience oppression 
from the perspective of the oppressed. 
From this students are able to learn 
about themselves and others, as well as 
grow spiritually. 

-Christian Archambault 




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Campus Ministry means a lot 
of different things to its mem- 
bers and the community which 
it serves. It is composed of CCD 
teachers, Eucharistic Ministers, 
the Folk Group, Greeters, Lay 
Leadership, Lectors, Pax Christi, 
Schola, and Servers. Through 
each of these ministries. Holy 
Cross students participate in the 
life and work of the Church. We 
share, celebrate, question, chal- 
lenge, and most of all, act 
together. 

This year Campus Ministry 
focused students' attention on 
hunger and homelessness in 
Worcester, and by sponsoring 
the Oxfam and World Hunger 
Day fasts, we even attempted to 
alleviate global problems. The 
success of the Thanksgiving 
Turkey Drive and the Toys for 
Tots Mass helped bring some 
cheer to the local holiday sea- 
son. More importantly, the 3rd 
Annual Meal Auction raised 
over $3,500 for Worcester chari- 
ties. The Mustard Seed, Abby's 
House, and AIDS Project 
Worcester each benefited from 
the generosity of the faculty, 
staff, administrators, and stu- 
dents. Thanks to everyone's 
help, we realized that hunger 
takes many forms-physical, so- 
cial, and spiritual, and that our 
efforts must therefore continue. 

This year, as in past years, the 
members of Campus Ministry 
acted as a dynamic community 
of faith. It was, and still is, con- 
stantly being created and re- 
created by its members. The en- 
ergy that resonated from a 
classroom in Worcester, a lay 
leadership prayer service, or the 
Folk Group at a 10 p.m. liturgy, 
was a daily reminder of our ef- 
forts. Although our groups' 
works were numerous and var- 
ied, we singularly saw the 
Church not as a place simply to 
go to, but as a place to go from. 

-Charlie Heintz, Chairperson 



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This year G.E.R.P. (Green Earth Res- 
toration Project), led by Mercedes 
Bransfield, Chris Hood, Mark Tho- 
mann, and Juliette Reiter, had a suc- 
cessful year in helping to promote envi- 
ronmental awareness on campus. With 
the help of Massachusetts State Law, 
G.E.R.P. hopes to enhance the newly 
implemented recycling program by ex- 
panding its coverage to paper and 
newspaper throughout the entire cam- 
pus. This year G.E.R.P. planned a very 
successful Earth Week, bringing in 
speakers from the Audobon Society and 
professors from Holy Cross to help 
educate students on environmental and 
recycling issues. G.E.R.P. also managed 
to fit in a few hiking trips, which in- 
cluded day trips to Mount Wachusett 
and Purgatory Chasm. 

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Student Life 121 



Late one night in the editorial office I 
found myself rummaging through old 
dust-covered copies of The Purple and 
getting caught up in the wars, woes, 
and joys of students past, despite the 
awkward forms of expression. That 
night I had a kind of epiphany — I real- 
ized the profound importance of The 
Purple which I present to you. In The 
Purple you will find the imaginative 
landscapes which dot Mount St. James: 



The Purple 



landscapes as old and as present as 
O'Kane which, for the most part, we 
walk by without noticing. The works in 
this volume point out these invisible 
places and give them shape and color 
and life in a language we can under- 
stand — the language we speak now. 
They let us share in the imaginative 
spirit of Holy Cross that inspired past 
artists and is a muse to us and all who 
come after. With time our language will 
probably become outdated and even sil- 
ly, but these works, like our predeces- 
sors', will have a dusty immortality. 
This immortality is won at a high cost. 
Therefore, to the artists, I wish to ex- 
press my gratitude for their works of 
labor and love which re-open these 
landscapes to us. I also would like to 
thank the people who help make The 
Purple possible: Henry Roy and Graph 
ic Arts, The Editorial Staff, and Profes 
sor Cording. 

-Adapted from E.J. McAdams' 
introduction to The Purple 




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The Student Coalition on Homeless- 
ness and Housing (SCOHAH) is an or- 
ganization that works toward alleviat- 
ing the problems of poverty, hunger, 
and homelessness in Worcester and 
throughout the United States. SCO- 
HAH attempts to educate the Holy 
Cross community about homelessness 
and possible solutions to it. There are 
currently three million people in the 
United States who are homeless, the 
majority of whom are single mothers 
and children. Our society has been un- 
sympathetic to their needs through its 
negative stereotypes of the poor and its 
lack of programs, which would allow 
people to escape the cycle of poverty. 
Worcester has nine homeless shelters, 
all of which operate at full capacity and 
some of which have waiting lists up to 
two months long. One of the main 
problems facing this neglected group of 
people is the lack of decent, affordable 
housing. The United States is currently 



facing a housing crisis due to the un- 
willingness of landlords to lower rents 
and maintain livable conditions or to 
sell buildings for the establishment of 
cooperative housing. 

SCOHAH benefits the Holy Cross 
community as a source and starting 
point from which individual students 
can interactively work with their peers 
to fight homelessness and poverty in a 
concentrated and collective effort. Fur- 
thermore, SCOHAH connects Holy 
Cross with the Worcester community 
through neighborhood cleanups, cloth- 
ing drives, and canned food collections. 
SCOHAH has also established an alli- 
ance between Holy Cross and Worces- 
ter Common Ground, an organization 
which provides housing for low-in- 
come families at low monthly rents. 

On Halloween we trick-or-treated for 
canned goods from Worcester residents 
and donated them to Worcester shelters 
and soup kitchens. Following a confer- 




ence sponsored by the National Student [" 
Campaign Against Hunger and Home- 
lessness, SCOHAH began a food sal 
vage program. In November, wt 
planned a Hunger and Homelessness 
Week with Campus Ministry, whicb 
involved a campus-wide clean-up. 
Thanksgiving fundraiser, and a twen- 
ty-four hour fast to raise money for re 
lief efforts in Somalia. SCOHAH alsc 
connected students to the Homeless] 
Outreach and Advocacy Projec 
(HOAP). These students were paire 
with low-income families which had re 
cently made the transition from shel 
ters to housing. The students informec] 
the families of resources in Worceste 
and offered support in adjusting to i\ 
new lifestyle. 

One of our final and most excitinj 
projects was the National Hunge 
Clean-Up held in April. Seventy-five 
Holy Cross students joined with stu 
dents from Clark University, Worcestei 
State College, Quinsigamond Commu- 
nity College, and Worcester higb 
schools to raise money and to clean ir 
shelters, parks, and community centers 

Our involvement in the Worcester 
community has revealed the injustices 
of poverty and homelessness so preva- 
lent in our society today. Our actions 
are only the beginning of a long anc 
difficult path toward the elimination ol 
these injustices. Our hope is to contin 
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Holy Cross, so that one day decent liv 
ing conditions may become a right, anc 
not a privilege. 

-Kurt Kaufmanr 



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Four Year Roommates 





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Bill Hitchmoth & Marcus Duckworth 



Marilu Purcell & Diana Battle 



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Shawn Sierra & Troy Dixon 




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Reynaldo Alfonso & Tom Drew 



Abby Scholz & Carolyn Sheedy 




Jill Novak & Joanna Wolfe 



Minnie Saleh & Joanna Joyce 



John Demers & Arsenio Deguzman 




John Carron & Dave O'Callaghan 



Maite Miinoz & Carol Fitzpatrick 



Mary Reyburn & 
Monique O'Brien 




Tom Bridgeforth & Brian Brandt 



Lisa O'Neill & Margaret Murray 



They say when people live together for a long time, that 
they start to look alike. What do you think? 



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VWzj/ Holy Cross ? 



I looked at a lot of schools before I decided to come here. 
Or, to be more accurate my parents dragged me to a lot of 
schools. I wasn't really into the whole college selection thing. 
I told my mother just to draw a name from a hat and I'd go 
there. She hit me. 

When you come right down to it, a college is nothing 
more than a cluster of buildings, a catalogue of courses, and 
inadequate parking facilities. Looking at it from the outside. 
Holy Cross is no different from any other. On the inside, 
though. Holy Cross has one unique feature. Us. When you 
think about the years you spent here, when you try to figure 
out what Holy Cross meant to you, the question you'll really 
be answering is "What did we mean to each other?" 





Someone once asked me to give a quick definition of life 
at Holy Cross, and I couldn't do it. Now I think I can. It's that 
silly half-face bum we all got while sitting on the Fitton Field 
bleachers on some Saturday afternoon. It's watching apples 
thrown to the band. It's the crowd that stayed on its feet for 
the whole second half of the Women's NCAA Tournament 
game against Maryland. It's throwing snowballs at Security 
cars at the Streak, reading about Spap and Durds on Kimball 
trays, and dodging airbomebaked potatoes at the St. Patrick's 
Day dinner. It's the night my friends and I devoured 120 
wings at The Ground Round. It's the first day of Freshman 
Orientation when my new hallmates and I tried to show each 
other how tough we were by playing tackle football on the 
Hart lawn, and it's the midnight games on the turf in the 
weeks that followed. It's those nights when friends trickle 
into your room and talk until four A.M. 

When we started high school, everyone said those would 
be the four best years of our lives. Guess again. They said the 
same thing when we got here. WeU, this time they were right. 
I loved every minute I spent here. For that I thank you aU. 

- Michael Ellis '93 











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Faculty 

The professorial staff forms the backbone of any 
college or university. We owe them a great debt of 
gratitude. Each student can look back and find at 
least one faculty member whom they consider 
more of a friend than a professor. For that, and for 
our educations, we thank them all. 










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Chaplain's Office 




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Katherine M. McElaney 
College Chaplain 



Rev. Joseph J. LaBran, S.J. 
Associate College Chaplain 



Marybeth Kearns-Barrett 
Assistant College Chaplain 







Rev. Michael F. Ford, S.J. 
Associate College Chaplain 



Lucille N. Cormier, S.A.S.V. 
Music Minister 



Rev. Peter McCrath, S.J. 
Assistant College Chaplain 



158 Faculty 





Susan Berman, Ph.D. 



Robert Berlin, Ph.D. 




Mary Lee S. Ledbetter, Ph.D. 



Banadakoppa T. Lingappa, Ph.D. 







William R. Healy, Ph.D. 




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Chair - George R. Hoffman, Ph.D. 




Kornath Madavan, Ph.D. 



Mary E. Morton, Ph.D. 



Chemistry 




Alice A. Deckert, Ph.D., Robert W. Ricci, Ph.D., Richard S. Herrick, Ph.D., Ronald M. Jarret, 
Ph.D., Michael G. McGrath, Ph.D., Nathan L. Malavoiti, Ph.D., Chair - Mauri A. Ditzler, Ph.D., 
Lisa Nestor, Ph.D., Paul D. McMaster, Ph.D., Timothy P. Curran, Ph.D., Donna A. DiLullo 



Faculty 159 



Classics 







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Ann Batchelder, Ph.D. 



Rev. David H. Gill, S.J. 



John D.B. Hamilton, Ph.D. 



Kenneth Happe, Ph.D. 






Patricia Johnson, Ph.D. 



John M. Kearns, Ph.D. 



Gerard B. Lavery, Ph.D. 



Thomas R. Martin, Ph.D. 





Ms. Toni Methe 



Chair - Blaise Nagy, Ph.D. 



Christopher Simon, Ph.D. 



Rev. Edward J. Vodoklys, S.J. 




160 Faculty 



Economics 




Nancy Baldiga, Ph.D. 



Walter Block, Ph.D. 





David Buffum, Ph.D. 



John R. Carter, Ph.D. 




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David Chu, Ph.D. 




Thomas Gottschang, Ph.D. 



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George Kosicki, Ph.D. 




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Carol Martinson, C.P.A. 





John D. O'Connell, C.P.A. 



John F. O'Connell, Ph.D. 



Frank Petrella, Ph.D. 



Nicolas Sanchez, Ph.D. 






Scott Sandstrom, C.P.A. 



Chair - David Schap, Ph.D. 



Richard J. Sullivan, Ph.D. 



Gary Tripp, Ph.D. 



Faculty 161 




Mrs. Shirley Adams, Anne Bernays, Ph.D., Patricia L. Bizzell, Ph.D., Rev. Richard G. Carson, C.S.C., 
Janet G. Casey, Ph.D., Christopher Jane Corkery, Ph.D., John H. Dorenkamp, Ph.D., Maurice A. 
Geracht, Ph.D., Patrick J. Ireland, Ph.D., Justin Kaplan, James M. Kee, Ph.D., Thomas M.C. Lawler, 
Ph.D., Chair - Richard E. Matlak, Ph.D., John T. Mayer, Ph.D., B. Eugene McCarthy, Ph.D., William 
R. Morse, Ph.D., Rev. Phillip C. Rule, S.J., Mary Anne Schofield, Ph.D., Gloria Shafaee-Moghadam, 
Ph.D., Sarah Stanbury, Ph.D., Helen M. Whall, Ph.D., John H. Wilson, Ph.D., Margaret Wong, Ph.D. 




Chair - Robert K. Cordir^g, Ph.D. 



Daniel G. Madigan, Ph.D. 




162 Faculty 






Lorraine C. Attreed, Ph.D. 



Robert L. Brandfon, Ph.D. 



Noel D. Gary, Ph.D. 



Joseph J. Holmes, Ph.D. 





Rev. Anthony J. Kuzniewski, S.J. Rev. Vincent A. Lapomarda, S.J. 



Mark Linciome, Ph.D. 



Theresa M. McBride, Ph.D. 




Voloria Mack-Williams, Ph.D 



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David J. O'Brien, Ph.D. 



James F. Powers, Ph.D. 



Kristin Ruggiero, Ph.D. 





Karen Turner, Ph.D. 



Edward F. Wall, Ph.D. 



Ellen McNeil 



Faculty 163 



Mathematics 





John T. Anderson, Ph.D. 



Thomas E. Cecil, Ph.D. 



Chair - David Damiano, Ph.D. 



Daniel G. Dewey, M.A. 






Thomas Dube, Ph.D. 



Margaret N. Freije, Ph.D. 



John B. Little, Ph.D. 



Rev. John MacDonnell, S.J. 




Peter Perkins, Ph.D 




Melvin C. Tews, Ph.D. 



Andrew Whitman, Ph.D. 



164 Faculty 




Modern Languages 






Isabel Alvarez-Borland, Ph.D. 



Jutta Arend, Ph.D. 



Matthew Bailey, Ph.D. 



Charles Baker, Ph.D. 






Tamara Barreda, Ph.D. 



Eckard Bernstein, Ph.D. 



Suzanne Branciforte, Ph.D. 



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Rev. Alfred Desautels, S.J. 





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Rev. Lionel Honore, S.J. 



Esther Levine, Ph.D. 




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Elizabeth O'Connell, Ph.D. 



Claudia Ross, Ph.D. 



Constance Schick, Ph.D. 



Charles Severens, Ph.D. 



Faculty 165 





Anna-Sophie Tamm, Ph.D. 



Hector Torres-Ayala, Ph.D. 



Joan Weber, Ph.D 






Weina Zhao 




William Zwiebel, Ph.D. 



Mrs. Jane Reynolds 






Chair - Shirish Corde, M.M. 



Osvaldo Golijov 



Carol Lieberman 



Bruce Miller, M.M. 



166 Faculty 





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Michael Monaghan, M.A. 



Robert A. Principe 



Mrs. Jacky Anderson 



Philosophy 




Hermann J. Cloeren, Ph.D., Hanna Buczynska-Garewicz, Ph.D., Christopher Dustin, Ph.D., Joseph P. 
Lawrence, Ph.D., Mrs. Mary E. Cerasuolo, Karsten R. Stueber, Ph.D., Hilde Hein, Ph.D., Thomas D. Feehan, 
Ph.D., Predrag Cicovacki, Ph.D., Robert Epperson 




Rev. Innocent Onyewuenyl, S.J. 



Rev. Terrance G. Walsh S.J. 



Faculty 167 




Robert H. Garvey, Ph.D. 



Frank W. Kaseta, Ph.D. 



Edward F. Kennedy, Ph.D. 



Janine Shertzer, Ph.D. 





Frank R. Tangherlini, Ph.D. 



Randy Ross, Ph.D. 



Mrs. Patricia Martin 



Political Science 




Hussein Adam, Ph.D 




Selma Botman, Ph.D. 



Caren Dubnoff, Ph.D. 



Judith Chubb, Ph.D. 



168 Faculty 





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Charles Euchner, Ph.D. 



Stephen Kocs, Ph.D. 



Hon. George M. Lane, M.A. 



Walter T. Odell, Ph.D. 





Stephen Pelletier, Ph.D. 



David Shaefer, Ph.D. 



Ann Tickner, Ph.D. 



Paul Zernicke, Ph.D. 




Chair - John Axelson, Ph.D. 



Danuta Bukatko, Ph.D. 



Brian Carroll, Ph.D. 



Faculty 169 





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Mark Freeman, Ph.D. 



Andrew Futterman, Ph.D. 



Bonnie Kanner 



Patricia Kramer, Ph.D. 





Ogretta V. McNeil, Ph.D. 



Matthew A. Toth, Ph.D. 



Sabrina Zirkel, Ph.D. 



Mrs. Deana Canavan 




Rev. John E. Brooks, S.J. 



Rev. Frederick Enman, S.J. 



John L. Esposito, Ph.D. 



Vincent J. Forde, S.T.D. 




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Mary Ann Hinsdale, I.H.M. 



Alice L. Laffey, S.S.D. 



Todd T. Lewis, Ph.D. 



Rev. Ronald A. Mercier, S.J. 



170 Faculty 




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Chair - Frederick J. Murphy, Ph.D. 



Gary A. Phillips, Ph.D. 



Rev. William E. Reiser, S.J. 



Maura Ryan, Ph.D. 



Sociology & Anthropology 




Christine Greenway, Ph.D. 




Carolyn Howe, Ph.D. 





Chair - David H. Hummon, Ph.D. 




Jerry Lembcke, Ph.D. 



Susan Rogers, Ph.D. 



Victoria L. Swigert, Ph.D. 



Ms. Cathy Cicero 




Faculty 171 



Theatre 





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Kurt S. Hultgren 



Mary Paula Hunter, M.F.A. 



Mrs. Joyce A. Stallings 



Visual Arts 




Eleanor Binnall 




Henry Cataldo, M.F.A. 




David Nolta, Ph.D. 




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Terri Priest, M.F.A. 




Virginia Raguin, Ph.D. 



Chair - Rev. John Reboli, S.J. 



Marion Schouten, Ph.D. 



Peter Szychalski 



172 Faculty 




Joanna Ziegler, Ph.D. 



Ms. Debbie Neal 









Faculty 173 



Faculty without Photos 



Kenneth Prestwich - Biology 

William J. Ziobro - Classics 

Ajit Ranade - Economics 

KoUeen Rask - Economics 

John B. Anderson - History 

Ross W. Beales, Jr. - History 

James T. Flynn - History 

Reeve Huston - History 

William A. Green - History 

Alisa DeStefano - Mathematics 

Deirdre Haskell - Mathematics 

David Schweizer - Mathematics 

Patrick Shanahan - Mathematics 

Theodore Fraser - Modern Languages 

Normand Lamoureux - Modern Languages 

John Cull - Modern Languages 

George Kostich - Modern Languages 

Cynthia Stone - Modern Languages 

Jorge Valdes - Modern Languages 

Liubov Ustinova - Modern Languages 

Geoffrey Burleson - Music 

James D. Christie - Music 

Anne Stone - Music 

T. Francis Wada - Music 

Beth Wiemann - Music 

Ram S. Rana - Physics 

Peter Bruce - Political Science 

Daniel Bitran - Psychology 

Ronald Cohen - Psychology 

Charles Locurto - Psychology 

William Lydecker - Psychology 

Amy Wolfson - Psychology 

William Barbieri - Religion 

Everett Fox - Religion 

Georgia Frank - Religion 

James Nickoloff - Religion 

Joanne Pierce - Religion 

Rev. James X.F. Pratt - Religion 

Stephen C. Ainlay - Sociology & Anthropology 

Pnina Motzafi-Haller - Sociology & Anthropology 

Royce Singleton Jr. - Sociology & Anthropology 

Edward Thompson, Jr. - Sociology & Anthropology 

William J. Rynders - Theatre 

Stephen Benson - Theatre 

Edward J. Herson - Theatre 

Steve Vineberg - Theatre 

Maggi Brown - Visual Arts 

Ellen Lawrence - Visual Arts 

Sharon McConnell - Visual Arts 

Susan Schmidt - Visual Arts 




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Why is it that high school seemed like a lifetime 
ago, but your freshman Easy Street seemed like 
yesterday? These events allow seniors to remi- 
nisce about the good old days of living on the hill 
and to wonder about how four years could ever go 
by so fast. 




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180 Senior Events 



You Know You're A Senior When... 

when you forget the order of the hill dorms... when you 
hope they card hard everywhere... when the phrase "I 

remember when'' refers to college years when every ' 

off-campus party you go to, you get a complimentary cup i 
& house privileges... when your hairline starts reced- 
ing... when you remember when Emie's was Burger King 
and Lounge was Brothers Two... when you begin each 
sentence with the phrase, 'ThisTl be the last time 
we...". ..when the "Freshmen 15" become the "Senior 
30"... when your friends run all the organizations on 
campus... when you have that diploma in your hand- 
When Everybody Knows Your Name 




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The Senior Class Presents: 




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188 Senior Events 




Crusader's Conquer The Cape! Students suffering from P.F.S. 
(Post-Final Stress) look for a way to relieve themselves of the 
tensions of academic Me. 



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190 Senior Events 




HC By the Sea 



Holy Cross students cel- 
ebrate the end of the aca- 
demic year and party with 
friends for ne last time on 
the sands of Yarmouth. 




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Seniors 



As students, all of the official docmnents we 
received from H.C. included a 4 digit number 
enclosed in a box labeled YOG. As a first year 
student, that number seemed impossibly far away 
Then the next thing you know, you glance at your 
calendar and see your year of graduation in big 
bold print. The following pages are dedicated to 
the graduates of the Class of 1993. 




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193 




Matthew T. Abbott 

Economics- Accounting 



Nicole Adairis 

Visual Arts-History 



Laura A. Akeke 

Psychology 



Melissa D. Aldridge 

Mathematics / Economics 




Nicholas J. Alessi EL 

English 



Jason D. Alexander 

Polititcal Science 



Reynaldo J. Alfonso 

Sociology 



Brian }. Allen 

Religion / Economics 




Peter G. Amann 

Chemistry 



Martin J. Andersen 

English 



Kerry Anderson 

English 



Jimmy G. Angelis 

Biology 



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Suzanne E. Arcuni 

English 



Megan A. Attridge 

English 



Derek P. Bachand 

History / Philosophy 



Debra A. Bagley 

EngUsh 




Edmund M. Balsdon 

Economics 



William C. Banfield 

English 



Richard H. Bamaby 

Political Science 



Daniel E Barrett 

History 




Kyle J. Barry 

Sociology 




Ani Bashian 

Economics- Accounting 



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Melissa A. Bateman 

History / French 



Diana M. Batlle 

Sociology 



Christine E. Baur 

Psychology 



James V. Bellanca 

Psychology 



Jason P. Bellipanni 

History 



Linda A. Bennett 

Visual Arts - History 



Adriana M. Bauza 
Gonzalez 

English 




Pamela Benzan 

English / Religious Studies 



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Sharon L. Beresik 

Physics 



Kristin M. Bergin 

History 



Daniel E. Bergman 

Biology 



Rachelle J. Bertnani 

Economics 




Seth A. Berry 

History 



Thomas A. Berry 

Political Science 



Michael H. Bison 

Economics 



J. Jason Blair 

English 




Scott P. Blanchette 

Economics 



Christopher J. Bodanza Phillip S. Boeding 

Political Science Political Science 



Elizabeth J. Bonamo 

English 



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Grant H. Bonavia 

Chemistry 



James K. Bowes 

History 



Marian M. Bradshaw 

History 



Matthew E. Booth 

History 



Cari L. Borja 

Economics 
Visual Arts - History 



Allison M.Boyle 

Political Science 



Johanna L. Boyle 

English 



Dawn M. Brady 

Economics- Accounting 



Lance M. Brady 

Economics 



David J. Boudreau 

Political Science 




Jill K. Bradshaw 

Sociology 




Michael J. Brandi 

History 









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Brian T. Brandt 

History / Spanish 



James L. Braunstein 

History 



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Roger Breslin 

History 



Paul B. Brickley 

English 




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Kristin L. Braim 

Economics- Accounting 




Thomas A. Bridgeforth 

Political Science 




Mary E. Briggs 

English / Psychology 



Kimberly A. Brimus Francis J. Broderick IE 

Economics-Accounting ' English 



Brian }. Brodie 

Political Science 



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Kathleen K. Brown 

Political Science / French 



Marisa H. Brimner 

Mathematics 



EarlA. Bueno 

Biology 



AmyP.BuLman 

Religious Studies 




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Christopher M. Burke 

Psychology 



Katherine E. Burke 

History 



Paul C. Burke 

History 



John P. Bums 

History 



Janet K.Burke 

Chemistry 




Joseph M. Busher 

Political Science 



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Christopher J. Butler 

English 



Jessica S. Butler 

English / Visual Arts - History 



MaryJ.Cahill 

English / Visual Arts - Studio 



J. Philip Calabrese 

Classics / Religious Studies 




Carmela U. Calabro 

Biology 



Deborah M. Callaghan 

English 



Arthur C. Calvano 

Spanish 



Matthew^ J. Camardella 

History 




Amy C. Campion Nancy A. Campobasso Susannah M.Cancro Judith A. Cannistraro 



Biology 



Economics- Accounting 



English 



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Thomas M. Carlson 

Mathematics / Psychology 



KevinJ.Carolan 

English 



Jeffrey R. Carovillano 

■ History 



Maria Carreno 

Psychology / Spanish 




Shannon G. Carroll 

Psychology 



Lisa M. Cascio 

English 



John B. Carron 

History 



Carrie D. Carter 

English 



Siobhan M. Casey 

Psychology 



JohnP.Cashion 

English 



Cynthia G. Carton 

Sociology 




Barbara A. Cassidy 

History 



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Ligia C. Castro 

Biology 



Matthew R. Cavanaugh 

Spanish 



Monte Chandler 

Philosophy 



Christine Chartouni 

English 




Rhonda T. Chiapulis 

History 



Thomas R. Cincotta 

Political Science 



Jeffrey R. Cianflone 

English 




"Afaithftil friend is a strong defense: mid he tliaflmfJi found'such an ' ' 'j 
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Michael R Clancy 

Economics / Classics 



MicheleM.Cleary 

History 



Michael J. Cloonan 

Economics- Accounting 






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Adrienne E. Coady 

English 



Edward V. Cobum 

English 



Elisa C. Codispoti 

Visual Arts - History 



Amy A. Cofone 

English 




Patrick J. Comerford 

English 



Laura J. Commito 

History 



Maura E. Conrdff 

English 



Jenifer C. Connolly 

Psychology 



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Megan E. Connolly 

Psychology 



Paul K. Connolly 

English 



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Stephen Connolly 

Psychology 



Jennifer A. Connorton 

English 



Jennifer A. Cooke 

Economics 



Catherine B. Cooney 

Economics 




Kathryn M. Cooney 

English 



Ana K. Cordon 

Psychology 



Theresa J. Cornish 

Sociology 



Redmond P. Costello Jr 

Economics 




Deborah A. Coughlin 

History 



Paul G. Coulombe 

Political Science / Spanish 



Kimberly A. Coulter 

English 



Jennifer L. Couture 

Economics / Sociology 



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Brian D. Cox 

English 



David J. Crowley 

Biology 




Paul T. Curley 

Philosophy 



Allison A. Creighton 

Economics / Mathematics 



Jeffrey J. Cronin 

Economics- Accounting 



Cathleen M. Crowley 

History 




Christopher J. Cunio 

Econonucs 



Christopher T. Cunniffe 

Economics / Political Science 



Tyler M. Cunningham j 

English 





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Steven R. Cutone 

Economics 



Mary A. D'Argenis 

English / History 



Matthew E. Davey 

English 



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Todd M. Debasio 

Political Science 



Kathleen A. Decker 

Classics 



Margaret H. Degulis 

History 



Arsenio G. Deguzman Jr 

Economics 




Eileen M.Delany 

History 



Peter A. Delvecchio John C . Demers 

Psychology Political Science / Italian Studies 



CraigA.Derrell 

Religious Studies 



Seniors 207 




James S. Desmond 

Chemistry 



Colleen B. Deters 

Economics / German 



Jeffrey V Diburro 

Economics 



Jennifer H. Dickson 



Economics 




Ashley A. Dinneen 

Psychology / Spanish 



Anna L. Discenza 

American Studies 



Lily Ann M. Divino 

Visual Arts - Studio 



T. Troy Dixon 

Sociology 






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Sara M. Dodman 

English 



Kelly L. Doherty 

English 



Tarda S. Doheriy 

Mathematics 



Patrick}. Dolan 

History 




Robert R. Dominique 

eligious Studies / Mathematics 



Amy E. Donahue 

Political Science 



Jean E Donnelly 

Economics 



Kenneth W. Donovan 

Psychology 




Janet L. Dooley 

English / French 



Michael E Dow 

History 



Kevin P. Doyle 

Economics 



Gregory C. Draddy 

History 



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Thomas E Drew EI Annmarie T. Drumgoole Jennifer A. Dubord 

Chemistry English / Spanish History 





Marcus K. Duckworth 

Political Science 



Vincent R. Dunphy 

Political Science / French 



Jennifer D. Dyche 

English 



Martin D. Eagan 

Psychology 




Todd S. ElHott 

Economics 



Michael J. Ellis 

English 



Terrance J. Encalarde 

Chemistry 



Malcolm Ennels 

Psychology 






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JohnP.Enright 

Political Science / Spanish 



Jennifer C. Evans 

Economics- Accounting 



Christiana M. Evers 

Psychology 



Wendy A. Faivre 

Spanish 




Sarah K. Fallon 

Psychology 



Renee G. Fatato 

Psychology 



DerekP.Farkas 

Mathematics 









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Daniel P. Femino 

Economics 



Ashley G. Ferguson 

History / English 



Rene P. Ferrante 

History 




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Amanda P. Ferry 

Political Science 



R. Daniel Fetters 

Philosophy 



Michael J. Figge 

History 



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Laura E. Fino 

History / Visual Arts - History 



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Constance A. Fitzgerald 

English 



Carol A. Fitzpatrick 

English 




Rebecca E. Ford 

English 



John G. Forsythe 

History / Spanish 












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John P. Flaherty 

Psychology 



Eric J. Flasck 

History 




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Joseph B. Forzese Jr. 

Political Science 



Kathleen E. Fox 

Political Science 



Nancy L. Fox 

Psychology 



KristenT. Frawley 

Philosophy / Religious Studies 




Eugene F. Fredey 



Physics 



Madeleine T. Freind 

Political Science 



Michelle M. Fugere 

English 



Tsuy oshi Fukuda 

Religious Studies 




Daniel J. Gaffney 

English 



Daniel J. Gage 

Political Science 



John M. Galasso Jr. 

Psychology 



Anne Marie Galdo 

Biology / Religious Studies 



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JanneJ. 
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Visual Arts - History 



Patricia M. Gallivan 

Spanish 



Jeanine P. Gandt 

History / Sociology 



Michael X. Garrity 

Physics 



Kenneth M. Garschina 

Economics 



Eileen C. Gately 

Sociology 



Carol A. Gaudet 

Sociology 



Michael }. Gay 

English 



Caryn A. Geraghty 

English 



Rui M. Garcia 

Sociology 





Peter B. Gesell Jr 

Economics 






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David H. Gibel 

Economics 



Catherine D. Glunz 

History 



Elizabeth D. Godfrey 

History 



Elissa L. Gotha 

English / Music 



Michele C. Gillan 

Political Science 




Scott M. Graham 

Biology 




EricJ.Greiner 

Economics 



John P. Griffin 

Economics 



Kenneth R. Griffiths Jr. 

Biology 



Mark E. Grover 

History 



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Jeanmarie K. Grubert 

Psychology 



Michael E. Guleserian 

Psychology 



Mark T. Gunn 

English / Theater 



Sean Hailey 

Economics 




Tracy A. Hainpel 

Psychology 



John T. Handrahan Jr. 

Physics 



Steven D. Harr 

Economics 



Erin L. Harrell 

French / German 



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Heidi M. Harrison 

Political Science 



Richard M.Hart II 

Economics 



SabaA. Hashem 

History 



Jennifer E. HaskeU 

Economics- Accounting 




James M. Hathaway Karen C . Hathaway 

History / English Physics 



Todd J. Hathaway 

History 



Michael E. Hayes 

Mathematics 




Daniel P. Healey 

History / Russian 



Kathleen M. Heimerl 

English 



Charles W. Heintz 

Economics / English 



Theodore A. Henken 

Sociology / English 






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Lynn-Marie Herlihy 

English 



Simon Hess 

Religious Studies 



Christopher R Hewitt 

Physics 



Robert }. Hickey 

English 




Elizabeth A. HiU 

English 



William T. Hitchmoth E 

Sociology 



Calvin W. Ho 

Biology 



Donna M. Hogan 

Psychology 




Pamela J. Hogan 

English 



Kristin E. Holland 

Classics 



Michael S. Holloway 

English 



John J. Homa 

Biology 



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Colin J. Homiski 

Music 



Rolland C. Hooey 

Psychology 



Jennifer C. Home 

Chemistry 



Matthew R Horstmann 

History 




David C. Howe 

Philosophy 



Matthew W. Hughes 

French 



Thomas P. Humann 

Political Science 



Melissa A. Humenick 

Physics 




John A. Humphrey 

Classics / Chemistry 



Carmen M. Irizarry 

Psychology / Spanish 






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Jorge R. Jiinenez 

History 



Megan E. Johnson 

English 



Scott B. Johnson 

Economics / Spanish 



Dina M. Jones 

English 




Siobhan B. Jones 

Political Science 



Brian J. Jorgensen 

History / Religious Studies 



Joanna E. Joyce 

Psychology 




Amy M. Kachinsky 

Biology 



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Thomas P. Joyce 

Political Science 




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English 









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Eileen M. Kasprzak 

English 



Kurt C. Kaufmann 

Economics 



Lisa A. Kearney 

Psychology 



Timothy A. Kearney 

Economics- Accounting 




Daniel J. Keating 



English 



Maura K. Keating 

History 



Edward S. Keefe 

Psychology 



Siobhan M. Kelleher 

Psychology / Spanish 




Adam T. Kelly 

Political Science 



BethL.KeUy 

Classics 



Erin E. Kelly 

German 



Timothy M.Kelly 

Biology 



Seniors 221 



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Shandy S. Kelsey 

Psychology 



Michael R. Kendrot 

Economics 



John L. Kenna 

Political Science 



Wendy S. Kennedy 

Economics / Spanish 




Ryan T. Kenny 

Economics 



Masai-Maliek King 

Political Science 



Jason D. Keough 

Psychology 



Kathleen M. Keville 

Classics 




Kimberly J. Klaus 



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Tavis L. Knighten 

Sociology / Spanish 



Elena E. Koebel 

Chemistry 






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Andrea Kramer 

Visual Arts - Studio 



Stephen D. Kraus 

Economics- Accounting 









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William J. Kroenung Jr. 

Sociology 



Michael C. Krumsiek 

History 



Peter P. LaCamera 

Economics 




Christine V. Landry 

Political Science 




J'asquale Lapomarda III 

Mathematics 



James P. Larkin 

History 



KarlynA.Lazar 

Psychology 



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Psychology 



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Sara A. Leahy 

Political Science 



Aimee E. Lebel 

Biology 



Sandra M. Lebrun 

Psychology 



Cari M. Lee 

Economics- Accounting 




Christopher B. Lee 

English 



Christopher J. Lee 

Economics- Accounting 



Douglas C. Lee 

History 



Jihun M. Lee 

Biology 




Kellie M. Lee 

Political Science 



Leroy G. Lee 

Philosophy 










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Marcia S. Lee 

Political Science 



Mark P. Legolvan 

Biology / Chemistry 



Gregory D. Leidich 

English 



Kathryn E. Lemke 

English 




James E Lennon 

Economics- Accounting 



Christopher J. Leo 

Biology 



Martha A. Leonard 

English 



Pamela A. Lepore 

Sociology 




Nicole S. Leroux 

Economics- Accounting 



James M. Liebler 

Economics 



C.Quinn Lopez 

History 



TabithaA.Lord 

Classics / Spanish 






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Seniors 225 




Brian J. Loughnane 

Chemistry 



Dermot M. Loughran 

Visual Arts - History 



Thomas T. Lynch 

Theater 





Darby C. Lyons 

Political Science 



Richard T. MacAulay 

Physics 



Maura A. MacDonald Douglas }. MacLaren 

Political Science History 




Kevin }. MacLaughlan 

Economics- Accounting 



Adrienne C. Magazu 

English 





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Michael C. Magee Jr. 

Political Science / English 




Deirdre M. Maher 

English 






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226 Seniors 



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Cynthia B. Maiberger 

Sociology 



Charles V. Maione 

Biology 



Michael }. Manning 

History 



Brett R Mansfield 

Mathematics 




"The o}]ly feioard df viYiiieis vifiiie; the only iviiy to have a 
friend is to be one." Emerson 




Adam J. Marcello 

English 



David W.Marshall 

English 



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Matthew A. Martel 

Political Science 



John P. Margiotta 

Philosophy 




Jodi A. Martinez 

English 


Ricky D. Mashbum 

History 




Seniors 227 




Jennifer E. Masi 

Economics- Accounting 




Michael P. Maurao 

English 










'Frieudshr/s the wine of life." Eifward Yoim^ 



EJ.McAdams 

Philosophy 




Edwin R. Matthews 

History 




William J. McCabe 

English 



James P. McCann 

English 




AnueM. McCarthy 

Biology 



Jennifer A. McCarthy 

French / Sociology 



Robert S. McCarthy 

Philosophy 



Matthew J. McCusker 

Economics 



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Thomas A. McDonald 

English 



Mary E. McEachem 

Political Science / Russian 



Sarina A. McGough 

English 



James J. McGovem 

Biology 




Matthew M. McGowan 

Classics 



Brendan J. McGrail 

Political Science 





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Lori A. McKinney 

Political Science 




Kathleen A. McKnight 

History 




Molly H. McLane 

History 



James P. McLamon 

History 



Daniel A. McLaughlin 

History 



Michael M. McLeod 

Psychology 






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Linda B. McMorrow 

English 



Michael T. McQuiUen 

History 



Patrick J. McVeigh 

English 



Meghan A. McVety 

Psychology 




Kathryn A. McWilliams 

Mathematics / Russian 



David E. Meagher 

History 



Paul F. Meagher 

History 



Mary E. Medler 

Economics 




Megan P Melinson 

English 



Edward G. Melvin 

History 



Stephanie A. Menard 

History 



Kerry L. Menmuir 

Chemistry 






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'230 Seniors 



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Mary P. Miamidian 

Sociology 



Miroslaw Michalski 

English 



Sarah E. Mick 

Mathematics 



Gregory J. Millard 

Religious Studies 




William J. Miller 

Religious Studies 



Maria K. Mitchell 

Political Science 



Thomas G. Mongan 

Econoniics 



Christopher G. Monroy 

Political Science / Spanish 




"W^ tmnt but two or three friends, hut tliesc we cannot do without, 
.and they serve us in every thought we think. " Lmerson 



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Gregory A. Moon 

English 



Jennifer Moore 

Biology 



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Seniors 231 




Andrew G. Morean 

Economics 



Karen A. Morel 

Economics- Accounting 



Garrett B. Morris 

English 



Craig S. Morrissey 

Political Science 




Susan A. Morrissey 

English 







JohnB.Mullahy 

English 



Patrick M. Mungovan 

Economics 



Maria T. Mimoz-Ruiz 

Psychology 




Lisa M. Mucciarone 

English 




Bernard J. Murphy 

English 



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232 Seniors 




James J. Murphy Jr. 

History 



Maureen J. Murphy 

Political Science 



Michael E. Murphy 

History 



Sheila M. Murphy 

Political Science / Spanish 




Erin E. Murray 

Visual Arts - History 



Sara C. Naill 

History 



Margaret M. Murray 

English 



William J. Myer 

English 



Laurence P. Naughton 

Political Science 



Jennifer A. Neville 

English 



Richard M. Mynahan 

Economics 




Rachel E. Newman 

Economics 



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Lisa M.Nice 

History 



Kelly A. Noonan 

Psychology 



JiU C.Novak 

Political Science 



Kathryn S. Novicki 

Classics 




JohnP.Nowak 

Mathematics 



Charles A. Nuzzo 

English 



Brian G. Oates 

English 



AlyceM. O'Brien 

Psychology 




Joseph W. O'Brien 

Political Science 



Monique A. O'Brien 

Mathematics 



Thomas P. O'Brien 

Chemistry 



Timothy W. O'Brien 

Economics- Accounting 



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David A. O'Callaghan 

Mathematics 



Austin J. O'Connor 

English 



Elyse P. O'Connor 

English 



Joseph V. O'Connor 

Economics- Accounting 




Kevin M. O'Connor 

English 



Gregory S. Odiema 

Psychology 



Christopher M. O'Keefe 

History 



Megan M. O'Leary 

English 








Meggan E. O'Leary 

History 




Paul S. Oliva 

Psychology 



Seniors ' 235 




James J. Olson 

Political Science 
Visual Arts - History 



Paul R. Olson 

English 



PeterJ.OMaUey 

History 



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KathrynM.O'Neil 

English 



Lisa M. O'Neill 

Political Science 



Catherine L. Oronce 

Economics 



Alan A. Orquiola 

Biology 



MelA.Ona 

Music 




Leslie E.O'Neil 

French 




Susan E. Ortiz 

English 



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Theresa L. Osypuk 

English 



Cheryl A. Ouellette 

Psychology 



Thomas J. Ouellette 

History / Philosophy 



Rebecca J. Palson 

Physics 




NoelJ.Pardo 

History 



Cynthia A. Patraitis 

Chemistry 



Erin E. Parker 

Economics 



Heather J. Parrish 

English 



Mary E. Pellegrino 

English / History 



Kerri C. Pelletier 

Mathematics 



Jason M. Pashko 

German / Political Science 




Kevin E Penders 

Political Science 



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Anthony V. Pepe 

History 



Anthony Perrone 

Chemistry 



Raymond P Pescaro Jr. 

English 



Margaret }. Peterlin 

Political Science 




Christopher J. Petrone 

Psychology 



Paul J. Pettinato 

Psychology 



Anna A. Philips 

Economics- Accounting 



Jennifer M. Phillips 




Alan P. Picarillo 

Biology 



Miguelangelo R. Pires 

Political Science 



Louis C. Pisacane m 

Economics- Accounting 



Russell S. Player 

Economics 



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238 Seniors 



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Peter T.Porrello 

Psychology 



Katherine A. Pothier 

Biology 



David A. Portorreal 

Political Science 




"Greater love hath no Man than this, that a man lay doiun 
-hislife for Ills friends." John 15:13 




Matthew R. Pothier 

Physics 



William W.Potter 

Economics / History 



Gerald R. Powderly 

Mathematics 




Francis R. Powell 

Political Science 



John B. Powell 

History 



Susan J. Power 

History 



Norinne M. Powers 

Visual Arts - History 



Seniors 239 




Lawrence A. Pregiato 

Economics / French 



Marie L. Purcell 

Sociology 



Meredith R. Putnam 

Mathematics 



Julie N. Queenan 

Physics / Psychology 




Carrie Ramenof sky 

Mathematics 



Justin A. Renz 

Economics- Accounting 



Shawn P. Regan 

Political Science 



AUisonK.ReiUy 

English 




Mary J. Reybum 

Econon\ics 



KevinJ.Reilly 

English 



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Christine M. Ricci 

Psychology 



Kristal T. Rice 

English 



Ann M. Richards 

Classics 



MaryCatherine Riley 

French 




)usanna M. Rissberger 

Psychology 



Harry A. Rissetto 

History 



Bethany M. Ritter 

Economics 



Yasrrdn Rivera 

Sociology / Spanish 




Jeffrey M. Roach 

Music 



Cristina A. Roberts 

Philosophy 



Lisa M. Robie 

Political Science / Economics 



Eileen A. Roche 

English 



Seniors 241 




James A. Rogers 

Mathematics 





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Sharon P. Rogers 

Political Science 



JohnW.Roleke 

English 



Alfred J. Rossi 

Psychology 




Simona Rossi 

Biology 



Anne M. Rourke 

History 



David F. Ruddy 

History 



Lori V.Russell 

Political Science 




Kristin K. Rutigliano 

Political Science 



Jennifer A. Rutter 

History 



Amy L. Ryan 

Political Science 



Gregory R. Ryan 

Political Science 



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James P. Ryan 

Spanish 



Minerve N. Saleh 

Economics- Accounting 



Alison L. Salerno 

English 



Kurt M. Sanger Jr. 

Political Science 



Ellen E. Salah 

English 




Patrick J. Sansonetti 

Mathematics 




Jonathan N. Santelli 

Economics- Accounting 



Pamela J. Saro 

Economics- Accounting 



Kathleen A. Scannell 

Classics 



Margaret E. Schaefer 

French 



Seniors 243 




Christine J. Schaeffer 

Chenustry 



Sheila B. Scheuerman 

English 



Paul R. Schmidt 

Biology 



Genevieve M. Schmitt 

Psychology 




Abigail M. Scholz 

Economics 



John M. Schultz 

History 



Douglas H. Schroeder 

Econoniics 




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> were easiest for his feet. " John Seiden 




Christopher M. ScoUo 

Economics 



Karin A. Scully 

Political Science 



Eileen M. Sears 

Philosophy 



244 Seniors 




JohnJ. Segota 

Political Science 



Michael J. Sergott 

Psychology 



Andrea B. Shea 

Psychology 



Maura K. Shea 

Political Science 




Carolyn T. Sheedy 

Political Science 



Patrick J. Sheehan 

History 



Mary W. Sheridan 

English 



ElisaA. Shevlin 

History 




Shawn L. Sierra 

Sociology 



HoUy N.Sims 

Psychology 



Kathryn M. Sisk 

English 



William P. Slimbaugh IQ 

Economics 






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Brian D. Smith 

Sociology 



Gregory C. Smith 

German 



Michael B.Smith 

Chemistry / Visual Arts - Studio 



Patricia A. Smith 

Sociology 



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Nancy J. Snow 

Economics 



Kenneth C. Solano Jr. 

Economics 



Steven R. Sorce 

Economics 



Daniel E. Spacek 

Religious Studies 




Michael E. Spencer 

Philosophy / Classics 



Martin D. Spielmann 

Spanish 



Maryanne K. Spillane 

English 



Daniel G. St Onge Jr 

Economics 



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Jason E. Stabach 

Visual Arts - History 



DavidJ. Stagg 

Economics 



Joseph F. Stangl 

History 



Peter M. Stanton 

Political Science 




Michelle L. Stemmle 

Political Science 




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good friends. " SJmkespcare 




Ellen T.Stewart 

Political Science 




Darby E.Stott 

Economics / Philosophy 



Kirsten M. Streker 

English 



Kara E. Stutz 

Economics / Psychology 



Timothy W. Suffish 

Mathematics 






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Seniors 247 




Andrew W. Sullivan 

History 



Meghan E. Sullivan 

English 



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"We're tenting toniglit on the old canipgroiind, give us a song to cheer 
our weary hearts, a song of home and friends we love so dear. " 
Walter Kittredge 




Brian S. Sutherland 

History 



Gregory A. Swanson 

History 



Margaret A. Sullivan 

Psychology 




Meghan T. Sweeney 

Religious Studies 




Jennifer L.Tefft 

English / Music 



EHzabeth B. Teuwen 

German 



Eric W. Thompson 

Mathematics 



JohnThorbum 

English 









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Michael A. Tift 

Political Science 



Danielle M. Tobia 

Chemistry 



Tiffany N. Todd 

Political Science / Russian 



Ann L. Tondow 

English 




Silvana V Toneatti 

Physics 



Sara L. Toomey 

Biology 



Andrew E. Tourtelotte 

English / French 



Nora A. Tracey 

Economics 




Andrew G. Tremblay 

Biology 



Robert T Turenne Jr. 

Sociology 



Catherine B. Twohig 

Psychology 



Charuda Upatham 

Economics 



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Elena V.Vasile 

Spanish 



PeterA.Vath 

Chemistry- 



Keith A. Vendola 

Psychology 



Jonathan D. Venier 

Spanish 




Theodore F. Villa 

Philosophy 



Melinda C. Wagner 

Sociology 



Edith E. Wagoner 

Biology 



William E. Walker 

Economics 






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Michael M. Walsh 

Psychology 




Erin R. Wallace 

Psychology 



Melanie S. Walton 

Psychology 



John H. Wan 

Visual Arts - Studio 



Janine D. Walsh 

Sociology / Psychology 




Matthew K. Warth 

Biology 




Frans C. Wethly 

Political Science 



Laura S. Whalen 

Psychology 



Timothy D. White 

Economics 



James G. Whitehouse 

Political Science 






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LoreneM.Whyte 

History 



James T.Wilson 

Economics- Accounting 



Kirk P. Wilson 

Psychology / Music 



Gregory Witkowski 

History 



Michael Wilhehn 

Mathematics 




JulieA.Witsken 

English 




Christina M. Wjasow 

Biology 



Anthony R. Wolf 

English 



Joanna R. Wolfe 

Political Science 



Annette J. Woodland 

Political Science 



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Darlene M. Wotruba 

Psychology 



Karen E. Wozniak 

English 



John E Wysocki 

Economics- Accounting 



Ninghong Xie 

Economics 




John R. Zambito 

Chemistry 



Marisa C. Ziegler 

Chemistry 



John R. Ziolkowski 

Economics- Accounting 



Cynthia M. Zmijewski 

English 




Suzanne M. Zmijewski 

Political Science 



John K. Zufall 

Physics 



faithful friend is the meiliciiie of life. " The Apwcn/pim 6:16 



Seniors 253' 



We give to thee our hearty praise. 




254 Seniors 



Holy Cross, Oh Holy Cross! 



In memory 
of happy 




Holy Cross, Oh Holy Cross! 



255 



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Our Alma Mater's triumphs tell 



To those who love her name so well. 









Holy Cross, Oh Holy Cross! 



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THE ACADEMY OF AMERICAN POETS PRIZE ex aequo: Mark T. Gunn 

Michael C. Magee, Jr. 
THE PEDRO ARRUPE MEDAL AND PRIZE 

FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE ex aequo: Peter A. Delvecchio 

Meghan T. Sweeney 

THE ELIAS ATAMIAN FAMILY BOOK AWARD ex aequo: Matthew J. McCusker 

Kevin F. Renders 

THE BEETHOVEN PRIZE Colin J. Homiski 

THE BELLARMINE GOLD MEDAL Christopher D. Serres 

THE BOURGEOIS FRENCH PRIZE Janet L. Dooley 

THE NELLIE M. BRANSHELD AWARD Mark T. Gunn 

THE JOSEPH C. CAHILL PRIZE Thomas P. O'Brien 

THE FRANK D. COMERFORD AWARD Brian J. Jorgenson 

THE PHILIP A. CONNIFF, S.J., PRIZE Kristen E. Holland 

THE CROMPTON GOLD MEDAL Paul R. Schmidt 

THE JOHN J. CROWLEY MEMORIAL PRIZE ex aequo: Mark T. Gunn 

THE JOHN J. CUMMINGS, JR.,/BAI AWARD Christopher T. Cunniffe 

THE JAMES FALLON DEBATING PURSE Daniel A. McLaughlin 

THE FATHER FLATLEY MEDAL ex aequo: John P. Margiotta 

Cristina A. Roberts 

THE REV. JOHN W. FLAVIN, S.J., AWARD ex aequo: Alan P. Picarillo 

Sara L. Toomey 
THE DR. MARIANTHI GEORGOUDI 

MEMORIAL AWARD ex aequo:Sarah K. Fallon 

John M. Galasso, Jr. 




260 Commencement \Neek 






THE EDNA DWYER GRZEBIEN PRIZE Erin L. Harrell 

THE GEORGE H. HAMPSCH AWARD ex aequo: Marian M. Bradshaw 

Thomas R. Cincotta 

THE REV. WILLIAM F. HARTIGAN MEDAL Meghan T. Sweeney 

THE REV. ROBERT F. HEALEY, S.J. GREEK PRIZE Matthew M. McGowan 

THE HOLY CROSS CLUB OF WORCESTER PRIZE Walter H. Ghent, Jr. 

THE THOMAS P. IMSE ALPHA KAPPA DELTA AWARD ex aequo: Pamela A. Lepore 

Theodore A. Henken 

THE EDWARD V. KILLEEN, JR., PRIZE Barry S. Valentine 

THE FATHER GEORGE A. KING, S.J. AND 

RICHARD J. KEENAN, '67 MEMORIAL AWARD ex aequo: Thomas P. Joyce 

Maura K. Shea 

THE JOHN C LAWLOR MEDAL Steven D. Harr 

THE WILLL\M E. LEAHY AWARD Brian J. Jorgenson 

THE LEONARD AWARD Sarah K. Fallon 

THE GERTRUDE McBRIEN MATHEMATICS PRIZE Meredith R. Putnam 

THE LEONARD J. McCARTHY, S.J. MEMORIAL PRIZE Mark T. Gunn 

THE GEORGE B. MORAN AWARD Michael E. Murphy 

THE NUGENT GOLD MEDAL ex aequo: Sharon L. Beresik 

Melissa A. Humenick 

THE PURPLE PRIZE Mark T. Gunn 

THE JOHN PAUL REARDON MEDAL AND AWARD Michael B. Smith 

THE JAMES REILLY MEMORL\L PRIZE J. Jason Blair 

THE FREEMAN M. SALTUS PRIZE Michael H. Bison 

THE STRAIN GOLD MEDAL John P. Margiotta 

THE MAURIZIO VANNICELLI PRIZE John C. Demers 

THE VARSITY CLUB NORTON PRIZE Kathleen A. McKnight 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Christopher T. Cunniffe 

THE WOMEN'S STUDIES AWARD Melanie S. Walton 





Commencement Week 261 



Baccalaureate Mass 




262 Commencement Week 




Commencement Week 263 




264 Commencement Week 




Commencement Week 265 




Graduation 



May 28,1993 




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Then we 'II give another Hoiah 

As we go down Linden Lane, 

And we 'II here it in the echo 

When we come home again. 

Up along, and join the chorus 

Of the Hoiah 's glad refrain, 

As we hail the kindly towers 

On the hill of Linden Lane. 




Abbott, Matthew T. 
10 Leonard Rd. 
Hingham MA 02043 

Adams, Nicole 
882 Manor Lane 
Bay Shore NY 11706 

Akeke, Laura A. 
7 Yew Drive 
Norwood MA 02062 

Aldridge, Melissa D. 
9 Devonshire Court 
Peekskill NY 10566 

Alessi, Nicholas J., Ill 
27 Vose Avenue 
Hyde Park MA 02136 

Alexander, Jason D. 
12 Valley Brook Road 
Westborough MA 01581 

Alfonso Garcia, Reynaldo J. 
3 Gigi, Santa Maria 
Rio Piedras PR 00927 

Allen, Brian J. 
5 Great Hill Road 
Kennebunk Beach ME 04043 

Amann, Peter G. 
14 Ferro Court 
East Lyme CT 06333 

Andersen, Martin J. 
1758 Edgewood Road 
Winona MN 55987 

Anderson, Kerry L. 
122 Main Street 
Rockport MA 01966 

Angelis, Jimmy G. 
29 Monroe Avenue 
Worcester MA 01602 

Arcuni, Suzanne E. 
9 Leslie Court 
Princeton NJ 08540 

Ashton, Henry M, III 

24 Sherman Avenue 
Glen Falls NY 12801 

Attridge, Megan A. 
16 Woodpond Lane 
Old Saybrook CT 06475 

Bachand, Derek P. 

2490 Black Rock Tpke #118 

Fairfield CT 06430 

Bagley, Debra A. 

25 Tobin Terrace 
Whitman MA 02382 

Balsdon, Edmund M. 
7 El Dorado Lane 
Orinda CA 94563 

Banfield, William C. 
Rt. 7, P.O. Box 26 
Easton MD 21601 

Barnaby, Richard H. 
8802 Sidesaddle Road 
Springfield VA 22152 

Barrett, Daniel F. 
117 Pioneer Drive 
West Hartford CT 06117 

Barry, Kyle J. 

10910 Hilltop Drive 

New Port Richey FL 34654 

Bashian, Ani 

4 Westwood Court 

Harrison NY 10528 



Bateman, Melissa A. 
860 Goshen Rd. 
Newton Square PA 19073 

Battle Barasorda, Diana M. 
A- 10 Palma Sola Street 
Guaynabo PR 00657 

Baur, Christine E. 
137 Lexington Road 
Dracut MA 01826 

Bauza Gonzalez, Adriana M. 
Calle Belen 30 Alturas DE S.P. 
Caparra Heights PR 00920 

Beall, Thomas J. 
5 Aqueduct Court 
Potomac MD 20854 

Beauparlant, H. Peter, Jr. 
274 Maple Street 
Middleton MA 01949 

Bellanca, James V, II 

20307 Mauer Drive 

St. Clair Shores MI 48080 

Bellipanni, Jason P. 

1301 South Foothills Highway 

Boulder CO 80303 

Bennett, Linda A. 
80 Leonard Street 
Dedham MA 02026 

Benzan, Pamela 
510 Salem Street 
Maiden MA 02148 

Beresik, Sharon L. 
38 Elm Street 
Webster MA 01570 

Bergin, Kristin M. 
93 Northfield Road 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

Bergman, Daniel E. 
25 George Road 
Windsor Locks CT 06096 

Bermani, Rachelle J. 
32 Williston Drive 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

Berry, Seth A. 

924 Atwater Avenue 

Bloomington IN 47401 

Berry, Thomas A. 
120 High Street 
Hingham MA 02043 

Bison, Michael H. 
36 Burnham Street 
Enfield CT 06082 

Blair, J. Jason 
2969 Carnton Drive 
Germantown TN 38138 

Blanchette, Scott P. 

Sethiwan Apt 24B/49 

Sukukhumuit 

51-2 Sukukhumuit Soi 

Bangkok 

Thailand 

Bodanza, Christopher J. 
62 Pratts Court 
Stoughton MA 02072 

Boeding, Phillip S. 
146 Bishop Lane 
Madison CT 06443 

Bonamo, Elizabeth J. 
285 Four Corners Road 
Staten Island NY 10304 



Bonavia, Grant H. 
115 Cedar Lane 
Groton NY 13073 

Booth, Matthew E. 

3 Balsam Road 
Reading MA 01867 

Boudreau, David J. 
7 South Oliver Street 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Bowes, James K. 

31 Washington Street 

Milton MA 02186 

Boyle, Allison M. 
12312 Beall Spring Road 
Potomac MD 20854 

Boyle, Johanna L. 
1 Lefavour Avenue 
Beverly MA 01915 

Bradshaw, Jill K. 

119-31 Guy R. Brewer Blvd. 

Rochdale Village NY 11343 

Bradshaw, Marian M. 
533 South Second Avenue 
Mount Vernon NY 10550 

Brady, Dawn M. 
33 Sunderland Drive 
Morris Township NJ 07960 

Brady, Lance M. 

4 Hunter's Trail 
Sandwich MA 02563 

Brandi, Michael J. 

35 West Meadow Road 

Hamden CT 06518 

Brandt, Brian T. 

24 Corey Road 

North Haven CT 06473 

Braun, Kristin L. 
652 Middle Road 
Acushnet MA 02743 

Braunstein, James L. 

Box 36 

Jamesville VA 23398 

Breslin, Roger W. Ill 
307 Country Club Drive 
Dradell NJ 07649 

Brickley, Paul B. 
22 Fairway Drive 
Newton MA 02165 

Bridgeforth, Thomas A. 
1238 Trinidad Avenue, N.E. 
Washington DC 20002 

Briggs, Mary E. 
143 Hillary Lane 
Penfield NY 14526 

Brimus, Kimberly A. 
2108 Magnolia Drive 
Rocky River OH 44116 

Broderick, Francis J., Ill 
633 River Road 
Manchester NH 03104 

Brodie, Brian J. 
48 Fardon Street 
Billerica MA 01821 

Brown, Kathleen K. 
622 Tower Bank Road 
Severna Park MD 21146 

Brunner, Marisa H. 
125 Keith Avenue 
Cranston RI 02910 



Bueno, Earl A. 

91 Royal Oak Drive 

Waterbury CT 06708 

Bulman, Amy P. 
102 Avondale Avenue 
Haddonfield NJ 08033 

Burke, Christopher M. 
5901 East Arcadia Lane 
Phoenix AZ 85018 

Burke, Janet K. 
43 Richard Road 
Manchester CT 06040 

Burke, Katherine E. 

12 Hilltop Circle, Box 436 

Brookside NJ 07926 

Burke, Paul C. 

1966 Yale Avenue 

Salt Lake City UT 84108 

Burns, John Paul P. 
22 Knight Avenue 
Easthampton MA 01027 

Busher, Joseph M, Jr. 

6 Independence Lane 
North Haven CT 06473 

Butler, Allison K. 

205 Eaton Ct 

Great Falls VA 22066 

Butler, Christopher J. 
48-39 211 Street 
Bayside NY 11364 

Butler, Jessica S. 

917 North Webster Avenue 

Scranton PA 18510 

Cahill, Mary J. 
211 Atlantic Road 
Gloucester MA 01930 

Calabrese, J. Philip 

2249 South Belvoir Boulevard 

University Heights OH 44118 

Calabro, Carmela U. 

533 Chipman Street Extension 

Waterbury CT 06708 

Callaghan, Deborah M. 

7 Matchett Street 
Brighton MA 02135 

Calvano, Arthur C. 
364 Winthrop Street 
Winthrop MA 02152 

Camardella, Matthew J. 
62 Fox Hill Rd 
Arcamdale NY 12503 

Campion, Amy C. 
2623 Remington Road 
Utica NY 13501 

Campobasso, Nancy A. 
6 Dorothy Drive 
Plymouth MA 02360 

Cancro, Susannah M. 
4515 Pequash Avenue 
Cutchogue NY 11935 

Cannistraro, Judith A. 
15 Pond Farm Road 
Dedham MA 02026 

Carlson, Thomas M. 
159 Dartmouth Road 
Manchester CT 06040 

Carmody, Mary C. 

6121 Nevada Avenue N.W. 

Washington DC 20015 



Carolan, Kevin J. 
1523 Unionport Road 
New York NY 10462 

Carovillano, Jeffrey R. 
714 Crescent Parkway 
Westfield NJ 07090 

Carreno, Maria 
129 Marlboro Street 
Chelsea MA 02150 

Carroll, Shannon G. 
47 Clarendon Street 
South Weymouth MA 02190 

Carron, John B. 
5 Overton Road 
Ossining NY 10562 

Carter, Carrie D. 
1 Farm View Lane 
Granby CT 06035 

Carton, Cynthia G. 

61 Rose Avenue 

New Providence NJ 07974 

Cascio, Lisa M. 
37 Salem Street 
Lawrence MA 01843 

Casey, Siobhan M. 

Archer Road, RFD #4, Box 166 

Mahopac NY 10541 

Cashion, John P. 
449 Ocean Road 
Narragansett RI 02882 

Cassidy, Barbara A. 

9 Brook Road 
Amherst NH 03031 

Castro, Ligia C. 
8 Bear Hill Road 
Milford MA 01757 

Cavanaugh, Matthew R. 
16 Oakwood Road 
Simsbury CT 06070 

Chandler, Monte M. 
73 Cumberbach Street 
Wyandanch NY 11798 

Chartouni, Christine 
133 Great Plain Road 
Danbury CT 06811 

Chiapulis, Rhonda T. 

62 Crest Circle 
Worcester MA 01603 

Cianflone, Jeffrey R. 
35 Greenwood Street 
New Britain CT 06051 

Cincotta, Thomas R. 

10 Dover Farm Road 
Medfield MA 02052 

Clancy, Michael P. 
98 Patricia Drive 
Milton MA 02186 

Cloonan, Michael J. 
85 Benvenue Street 
Wellesley MA 02181 

Coady, Adrienne E. 
Quarters T Nasni 
San Diego CA 92135 

Coburn, Edward V G 

83 Van Horn Street 

West Springfield MA 01089 

Codispoti, Elisa C. 
838 Ridge View Way 
Franklin Lakes NJ 07417 



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Cofone, Amy A. 

19 Hermit Lane 
Ridgefield CT 06877 

Comerford, Patrick J. 
49 Pioneer Road 
Hingham MA 02043 

Commito, Laura J. 

22 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Reading MA 01867 

Conniff, Maura E. 
1582 Bullard Place 
South Plainfield NJ 07080 

Connolly, Jennifer C. 

20 Pine Hill Circle 
Wakefield MA 01880 

Connolly, Megan E. 
340 Washington Street 
Glen Ridge NJ 07028 

Connolly, Paul K, III 
61 Oxbow Road 
Weston MA 02193 

Connolly, Stephen R 
74 Fairlawn Drive 
Selkirk NY 12158 

Connorton, Jennifer A. 
531 Main Street, Apt. 1905 
New York NY 10044 

Conway, Douglas L. 

23 Tanglewood 
Scarsdale NY 10583 

Cooke, Jennifer A. 
112 Brixton Road 
Garden City NY 11530 

Cooney, Catherine B. 

1085 Orchard Acres Lane, S.W. 

Rochester MN 55902 

Cooney, Kathryn M. 

4748 Reservior Road, N.W. 

Washington DC 20007 

Cordon, Ana K. 
91 Bellmore Drive 
Pittsfield MA 01201 

Cornish, Theresa J. 
12 Cornwall Avenue 
Cornwall-On-Hudson NY 12520 

Costello, Redmond P, Jr. 
19 Willard Street 
Dedham MA 02026 

Coughlin, Deborah A. 
10 Cayer Circle 
Huntington CT 06484 

Coulombe, Paul G. 

1 Gawaine Road 

North Easton MA 02356 

Coulter, Kimberly A. 
73 Cambridge Drive 
Southington CT 06489 

Couture, Jennifer L. 
4 Wachusett Circle 
Shrewsbury MA 01545 

Cox, Brian D. 

22 Valentine Road 

Northboro MA 01532 

Creighton, Allison A. 
12 Carpenter Road 
Lynnfield MA 01940 

Cronin, Jeffrey J. 
761 Norman Place 
Westfield NJ 07090 



Crowley, Cathleen M. 
113 Van Zandt Avenue 
Newport RI 02840 

Crowley, David J. 
25 Rose Avenue 
Leominster MA 01453 

Crowley, Kelly J. 
46 Cro-Shee Lane 
Leominster MA 01453 

Cunio, Christopher J. 
94 Candlewood Drive 
Waltham MA 02154 

Cunniffe, Christopher T. 

11 Bonnie Lane 
Massapequa NY 11758 

Cunningham, Tyler M. 
4100 Heatherton Place 
Minnetonka MN 55345 

Curley, Paul T. 

460 Pelhamdale Avenue 

Pelham Manor NY 10803 

Cutone, Steven R. 
13 Draper Drive 
Wilmington MA 01887 

D'Argenis, Mary A. 
4 Grove Heights Drive 
Worcester MA 01605 

Davey, Matthew E. 

Lower Road 

West Deerfield MA 01342 

Davis, Jacqueline A. 

12 Laurel Drive 
Medfield MA 02052 

Davis, Paul P. 

4724 Dry Ridge Road 

Cincinnati OH 45252 

Debasio, Todd M. 
6321 Norwood 
Mission Hills KS 66208 

Decker, Kathleen A. 
780 Wunnewetta Road 
Cutchogue NY 11935 

Degulis, Margaret H. 
2505 Arlington Road 
Cleveland Heights OH 44118 

Deguzman, Arsenio G., Jr. 
3560 Fiddler Lane 
Bethpage NY 11714 

Delany, Eileen M. 
1 Spruce Street 
Garden City NY 11530 

Del Vecchio, Peter 
7 Memory Lane 
Milford MA 01757 

Demers, John C. 
40 McKeel Avenue 
Tarrytown NY 10591 

Derrell, Craig A. 
904 Gatewood 
Leavenworth KS 66048 

Desmond, James S. 
106 Parsons Road 
Portland ME 04103 

Deters, Colleen B. 
Garten Strasse 17 
D-6242 Kronberg/TS 
Germany, Federal Rep 

Diburro, Jeffrey V. 
76 Hoyt Road 
Haverhill MA 01835 



Dickson, Jennifer H. 
37 Cleveland Avenue 
Saugus MA 01906 

Dimattia, Steven J. 
74 Eastview Drive 
Valhalla NY 10595 

Diminuco, Karin M. 
10 Cyruss Circle 
Fairport NY 14450 

Dinneen, Ashley A. 

40 Linden Lane 

Chatham Township NJ 07928 

Discenza, Anna L. 
888 Brockton Street 
El Cajon CA 92020 

Divino, Lily Ann M. 
3 Rio Vista Drive 
Edison NJ 08820 

Dixon, T. Troy 

135-30 Grand Central Parkway 

Kew Gardens NY 11435 

Dodman, Sara M. 

32 Knob Hill Road 
Orchard Park NY 14127 

Doherty, Kelly L. 
394 Church Street 
Newington CT 06111 

Doherty, Tania S. 

727 West Roxbury Parkway 

West Roxbury MA 02132 

Dolan, Patrick J. 
Boulderwood Drive 
Bernardsvile NJ 07924 

Dominique, Robert R. 
120 Smith Hill Road 
Harrisville RI 02830 

Donahue, Amy E. 
267 Porter Street 
Melrose MA 02176 

Donnelly, Jean F. 

231 East Genesee Street 

Auburn NY 13021 

Donovan, Kenneth W. 

10 Soundview Drive 
Pawcatuck CT 06379 

Dooley, Janet L. 
9 Hillcrest Road 
Canton MA 02021 

Dow, Michael F. 
67 Patroon Place 
Loudonville NY 12211 

Doyle, Kevin P. 

33 Nemasket Road, Box 198 
West Falmouth MA 02574 

Draddy, Gregory C. 
35 La Salle Avenue 
Rye NY 10580 

Drew, Thomas F, III 

350 Halsey Avenue 

West Hempstead NY 11552 

Drumgoole, Annmarie T. 
222 Centre Avenue 
New Rochelle NY 10805 

Dubord, Jennifer A. 
48 Burleigh Street 
Waterville ME 04901 

Duckett, Deirdre 

11 Taff Road 
Milton MA 02186 



Duckworth, Marcus K. 
162 Ridge Road 
Freedom PA 15042 

Duffey, Brian G. 

PO Box 275 6 Cohasset St. 

Worcester MA 01601 

Dunphy, Vincent R. 

6 Bay Farm Road 
Kingston MA 02364 

Dwyer, Elizabeth L. 

3403 Steamboat Island #435 

Olympia WA 98502 

Dyche, Jennifer D. 
6062 Hill Court 
Fort Worth TX 76148 

Eagan, Martin D. 

203 Beemeadow Parkway 

Whippany NJ 07981 

Elliott, Todd S. 
30 Marsh Avenue 
Salem NH 03079 

Ellis, Michael J. 

7 Mountain View Road 
Weatogue CT 06089 

Encalarde, Terrance J. 
935 Park Forest Drive 
Lilburn GA 30247 

Ennels, Malcolm 
5049 Parrish Street 
Philadelphia PA 19139 

Enright, John P. 
34368 Glouster Circle 
Farmington Hills MI 48331 

Evans, Jennifer C. 
78 Rockland Drive 
Pittsfield MA 01201 

Evers, Christiana M. 
950-B Banta Place 
Ridgefield NJ 07657 

Faivre, Wendy A. 

8 Dogwood Lane 
Miller Place NY 11764 

Fallon, Sarah K. 
8 Virginia Drive 
Ellington CT 06029 

Farkas, Derek P. 

8845 North Mount Drive 

Alpharetta GA 30202 

Fatato, Renee G. 
166 Webster Road 
Scarsdale NY 10583 

Femino, Daniel P. 
70 Meredith Drive 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Ferguson, Ashley G. 
27 Deerfield Road 
Sherborn MA 01770 

Ferrante, Rene P. 
215 Stoney Lea Road 
Dedham MA 02026 

Ferry, Amanda P. 
60 Highland Trail 
Duxbury MA 02332 

Fetters, R. Daniel 
9021 N.W. 13 Court 
Coral Springs FL 33071 

Figge, Michael J. 
3017 O Street N.W. 
Washington DC 20007 



Fino, Laura E. 

1055 Tall Oaks Drive 

Bridgewater NJ 08807 

Fitzgerald, Constance A. 
72 Roosevelt Drive 
East Norwich NY 11732 

Fitzpatrick, Carol A. 
41 Meadows Lane 
Haverford PA 19041 

Flaherty, John P, III 
154 Hartness Road 
Sutton MA 01590 

Flasck, Eric J. 
4649 Golf Creek 
Toledo OH 43623 

Ford, Rebecca E. 

30 Watchung Avenue 
Upper Montclair NJ 07043 

Forsythe, John G. 
8481 133rd Street 
Apple Valley MN 55124 

Forzese, Joseph, Jr. 
26 Longmeadow Road 
South Weymouth MA 02190 

Fox, Kathleen E. 

13 Apple Tree Drive 

Stamford CT 06906 

Fox, Nancy L. 
77 Birch Street 
Floral Park NY 11001 

Frawley, Kristen T. 
28 Treehaven Road 
West Senaca NY 14224 

Fredey, Eugene F. 
50 Edgewater Drive 
Needham MA 02192 

Freind, Madeleine T. 
904 East Gate Road 
Kinnelon NJ 07405 

Fugere, Michelle M. 
15 Pickwick Road 
Marblehead MA 01945 

Fukuda, Tsuyoshi 
72 William G. Drive 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Gaffney, Daniel J. 
54 Westfield Road 
Meriden CT 06450 

Gage, Daniel J. 
4280 Graham Road 
Jamesville NY 13078 

Galasso, John M., Jr. 
23 Underbill Avenue 
Oyster Bay NY 11771 

Galdo, Anne Marie 
4914 Bexley Lane 
Fairfax VA 22032 

Gallen-Kallela-Siren, Janne 
Snellmanin K. 15A4 
00170 Helsinki 17 
Finland j 

Gallivan, Patricia M. 
133 Colwell Drive 
Dedham MA 02026 

Gandt, Jeanine P. 

31 Timber Lane 
Topsfield MA 01983 

Garcia, Rui M. 

81 Hempshire Street 

Cambridge MA 02139 



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Garrity, Michael X. 
260 Pearl Street 
Brockton MA 02401 

Garschina, Kenneth M. 
Ill Locust Street 
Garden City NY 11530 

Gately, Eileen C. 

74 Yale Place 

Rockville Centre NY 11570 

Gates, Scott P. 
32 Harvard Drive 
Sudbury MA 01776 

Gaudet, Carol A. 
425 Theresa Street 
Fitchburg MA 01420 

Gay, Michael J. 
23 Bethwood Drive 
Loudonville NY 12211 

Geraghty, Caryn A. 
3849 NE 90th Street 
Seattle WA 98115 

Gesell, Peter B., Jr. 
7 Riverside Drive 
Rumson NJ 07760 

Ghent, Walter H., Jr 
352 River Road 
Hudson MA 01749 

Gibel, David H. 

2778 Kingsbury Drive 

Rocky River OH 44116 

Gillan, Michele C. 

P.O. Box 1185 

East Holden ME 04429 

Glunz, Catherine D. 
509 Forest Avenue 
Wilmette IL 60091 

Godfrey, Elizabeth D. 

15 Commonwealth Avenue 

Haverhill MA 01830 

Gotha, Elissa L. 
280 Willow Avenue 
Haverhill MA 01835 

Graham, Scott M. 
7 Thissell Street 
Methuen MA 01844 

Greiner, Eric J. 

118 Wellington Road 

Garden City NY 11530 

Griffin, John P. 

35 Denmark Avenue 

Milton MA 02186 

Griffiths, Kenneth R., Jr. 
27 South Bay Drive 
Massapequa NY 11758 

Grover, Mark E. 

P.O. 139, 47 South Main Street 

Marlborough NH 03455 

Grubert, Jeanmarie K. 
5 Locust Ridge Road 
Larchmont NY 10538 

Guleserian, Michael E. 
10 Beatrice Circle 
Belmont MA 02178 

Gunn, Mark T. 
2232 Centeroyal 
Saint Louis MO 63131 

Hailey, Sean 

39 Brookdale Avenue 

Newark NJ 07106 



Haley, Elizabeth A. 

30 Hamilton Road 

North Andover MA 01845 

Hamill, John R., Ill 
12812 Deep Spring Drive 
Potomac MD 20854 

Hampel, Tracy A. 

26 High Pasture Circle 

Dix Hills NY 11746 

Handrahan, John T., Jr. 
11 Jacqueline Lane 
Plymouth MA 02360 

Harr, Steven D. 

2005 South 127th Street 

Omaha NE 68144 

Harrell, Erin L. 

Box 33A RFD 3-Lake Shore Rd S 

Pittsburgh NY 12901 

Harrison, Heidi M. 
760 Monterey Lane 
Tacoma WA 98466 

Hart, Richard M., II 

P.O. Box 6 

East Norwich NY 11732 

Hashem, Saba A. 

391 Chestnut Street Apt #142 

Lawrence MA 01841 

Haskell, Jennifer E. 
10 Phinney Road 
Lexington MA 02173 

Hathaway, James M. 
40 Quarry Road 
Bolton CT 06043 

Hathaway, Karen C. 

9811 Meadow Valley Drive 

Vienna VA 22180 

Hathaway, Todd J. 
64 Cumberland Road 
Leominster MA 01453 

Hayes, Michael E. 
58 Stewart Drive 
Portsmouth RI 02871 

Healey, Daniel P. 
106 Locust Avenue 
Worcester MA 01604 

Heimerl, Kathleen M. 
200 Briar Hill 
Williamsville NY 14221 

Heintz, Charles W. 
249-lOth 40th Avenue 
Little Neck NY 11363 

Henken, Theodore A., II 
3717 Pompano Drive 
Pensacola FL 32514 

Herlihy, Lynn-Marie 
20 West Vaughn Street 
Lakeville MA 02347 

Hess, Simon X 
73 Colton Place 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

Hewitt, Christopher F. 
860 Prospect Drive 
Stratford CT 06497 

Hickey, Robert J. 
4 Juniper Street 
Ipswich MA 01938 

Hill, Elizabeth A, 
247 West Street 
Hyde Park MA 02136 



Hitchmoth, William T., II 
80 Bonanno Court 
Methuen MA 01844 

Ho, Calvin W. 
2764 Riva Ridge Rd 
Toledo OH 43615 

Hogan, Donna M. 
6 Bailey Avenue 
Milton MA 02186 

Hogan, Pamela J. 
425 Howard Street 
Northboro MA 01532 

Holland, Kristin E. 

4 Onyx Drive 

Stony Brook NY 11790 

HoUoway, Michael S. 
95 Main Street 
Hoosick Falls NY 12090 

Homa, John J. 
4 Mayson Court 
Seldon NY 11784 

Homiski, Colin J. 
12 Fernwood Drive 
Windham CT 06280 

Hooey, RoUand C. 
230 W. Chrystal Street 
Randolph NJ 07869 

Home, Jennifer C. 
28 Laurel Drive 
Dayville CT 06241 

Horstmann, Matthew F. 
278 Gillette Avenue 
Bayport NY 11705 

Howe, David C. 
447 Oenoke Ridge 
New Canaan CT 06840 

Hughes, Matthew W. 
85 Shiretown Road 
Dedham MA 02026 

Humann, Thomas P. 
28 Lukes Way 
Plymouth MA 02360 

Humenick, Melissa A. 

3 Crest Drive 

Bound Brook NJ 08805 

Humphrey, John A. 
400 Congdon Hill Road 
Saunderstown RI 02874 

Irizarry, Carmen M. 

Calle 6 F4 

El Mirador 

Rio Peidras PR 00926 

Izadi-Marshall, Heidi M. 
295 Malibu Drive Rd #4 
Lehighton PA 18235 

Jimenez Roure, Jorge R. 

11 Meadow Lane Garden Hills 

Guaynabo PR 00657 

Johnson, Megan E. 
11 Gould Street 
Danvers MA 01923 

Johnson, Scott B. 
201 Gordon Circle 
Windsor CT 06095 

Jones, Dina M. 
10120 Venango Lane 
Richmond VA 23236 

Jones, Siobhan B. 
15 Norman Street 
Springfield MA 01104 



Jorgensen, Brian J. 
110 Gilchrist Street 
Punta Gorda FL 33950 

Joyal, Michael J. 
P.O. Box 214 
Norwell MA 02061 

Joyce, Joanna E. 
45 Sumner Street 
Gloucester MA 01930 

Joyce, Thomas P. 

145 Page Road 

Valley Stream NY 11581 

Kachinsky, Amy M. 
102 Smith Road 
Milton MA 02186 

Kalmer, Kara A. 

301 Brookside Avenue 

Wyckoff NJ 07481 

Kasprzak, Eileen M. 
186 Brompton Road 
Garden City NY 11530 

Kaufmann, Kurt C. 
916 Quail Hills Drive 
Hopkins SC 29061 

Kearney, Lisa A. 
10 Rounds Drive 
Peru NY 12972 

Kearney, Timothy A. 

22 Birchwood Lane 
Burlington VT 05401 

Keating, Daniel J. 
10 Ward Lane 
Darien CT 06820 

Keating, Maura K. 

29 Park Lane 

Newton Centre MA 02159 

Keefe, Edward S. 
3 McCormick Lane 
Chelmsford MA 01824 

Kelleher, Siobhan M. 
Kathryn Lane 
Mahopac NY 10541 

Kelly, Adam T. 
147 Dover Parkway 
Stewart Manor NY 11530 

Kelly, Beth L. 

23 Iron Gate Lane 
Cromwell CT 06416 

Kelly, Erin E. 

1228 Indian Mound Road 

Lexington KY 40502 

Kelly, Timothy M. 
46 Willow Glen NE 
Atlanta GA 30342 

Kelsey, Shandy S. 
17145 N. W. 54th 
Rossville KS 66533 

Kendrot, Michael R. 
35 Rugby Road 
Binghamton NY 13905 

Kennedy, Wendy S. 
38 Parker Farms Road 
Wallingford CT 06492 

Kenny, Ryan T. 
273 College Avenue 
Staten Island NY 10314 

Keough, Jason D. 
12 Roosevelt Avenue 
South Hamilton MA 01982 



Keville, Kathleen M. 
80 Oak Street 
Shrewsbury MA 01545 

Kiely, James J, Jr. 
5 Deborah Circle 
Walpole MA 02081 

King, Masai-Maliek 
9003 Sussex Avenue 
East Orange NJ 07018 

Klaus, Kimberly J. 

RR5 45 Farmersville Road 

Califon NJ 07830 

Knighten, Tavis L. 
1055 Tecumseh 
Toledo OH 43607 

Koebel, Elena E. 
6615 King Arthur Ct. 
Carroll OH 43112 

Kramer, Andrea 

4 Landsdowne Court 
Lynnfield MA 01940 

Kraus, Stephen D. 

5 Emerson Road 
Medfield MA 02052 

Kroenung, William J., Jr. 
12317 Ratoyka Drive 
Saratoga CA 95070 

Krumseik, Michael C. 
101 Rugby Road 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

La Camera, Peter P. 
145 Fuller Street 
Newton MA 02165 

Landry, Christine V. 
51 Brant Way 
Hyannis MA 02601 

Lapomarda, Pasquale, III 
59 Bay Street 
Portland ME 04103 

Larkin, James P. 
75 North Avenue 
Mendon MA 01756 

Lazar, Karlyn A. 

53 Sewall Street North 

Boylston MA 01505 

Lazos, Vasilios P. 
283 Laurel Street 
Manchester NH 03103 

Leahy, Sara A. 

2201 Elmwood Avenue 

Wilmette IL 60091 

Lebel, Aimee E. 
23 Edgewood Road 
Carver MA 02330 

Lebrun, Sandra M. 
21 Durant St. 
Manchester CT 06040 

Lee, Cari M. 
19 Arend Circle 
Hanover MA 02339 

Lee, Christopher J. 
247 High Street 
Winchester MA 01890 

Lee, Christopher B. 
11 Catherine Drive 
Peabody MA 01960 

Lee, Douglas C. 
21 Maura Drive 
Woburn MA 01801 






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Lee, Jihun M. 
3401 North Oriole 
Chicago IL 60634 

Lee, Kellie M. 

17 Hamblet Avenue 

Portland ME 04103 

Lee, Leroy G. 

1245 N.W. 52nd Street 

Miami FL 33142 

Lee, Marcia S. 

175 Old Stamford Road 

New Canaan CT 06840 

Legolvan, Mark P. 
2107 Emkay Drive 
Toledo OH 43606 

Leidich, Gregory D. 
5259 Elk Ridge Road 
Evergreen CO 80439 

Lemke, Kathryn E. 
8 Owensbrook Circle 
Simsbury CT 06070 

Lennon, James F. 
680 Bent Creek Ridge 
Deerfield IL 60015 

Leo, Christopher J. 

701 Washington Avenue 

Revere MA 02151 

Leonard, Martha A. 

Box 130 Day's Ferry Road 

Woolrich ME 04579 

Lepore, Pamela A. 
25 Marilyn Drive 
Taunton MA 02780 

Leroux, Nicole S. 
37 Carlisle Street 
Worcester MA 01602 

Liebler, James M. 
66 Bankside Drive 
Centerport NY 11721 

Lopez, C. Quinn 
95-101 Commons Drive 
Shrewsbury MA 01545 

Lord, Tabitha A. 
30 Oakridge Drive 
Cranston RI 02921 

Loughnane, Brian J. 
83-32 60th Avenue 
Elmhurst NY 11373 

Loughran, Dermot M. 

3115 S.W. Underwood Drive 

Portland OR 97225 






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MacLaughlan, Kevin J. 
121 Frothingham Street 
Lowell MA 01852 

Magazu, Adrienne C. 
71 Villa Street 
Waltham MA 02154 

Magee, Michael C, Jr. 
552 Eaglebrook Drive 
Moorestown NJ 08057 

Maher, Deirdre M. 
306 Ridge Road 
Douglaston NY 11363 

Maiberger, Cynthia B. 
Lisa Court 
Westport CT 06880 

Maione, Charles V. 
Glenby Lane 
Brookville NY 11545 

Manning, Michael J. 

75 Lakewood Road 

South Weymouth MA 02190 

Mansfield, Brett P. 
46 Boren Lane 
Boxford MA 01921 

Marcello, Adam J. 
119 Magnolia Avenue 
Magnolia MA 01930 

Margiotta, John P. 
5 Interlaken Avenue 
New Rochelle NY 10801 

Marshall, David W. 
232 Wiley Bottom Road 
Savannah GA 31411 

Martel, Matthew A. 
South Deerfield Road 
Allenstown NH 03275 

Martinez, Jodi A. 
59 Walworth Street 
Worcester MA 01602 

Mashburn, Ricky D. 
6162 Cold Spring Trail 
Grand Blanc MI 48439 

Masi, Jennifer E. 
5 Canterbury Lane 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

Matthews, Edwin R. Jr. 
421 Hillside Place 
South Orange NJ 07079 

Maurao, Michael P. 
46 Burbank Avenue 
Stratford CT 06497 



McCusker, Matthew J. 
Woodstream Drive, 4D 
Pittsfield MA 01201 

McDonald, Thomas A. 
6522 Westminster Road 
Knoxville TN 37919 

McEachern, Mary E. 
2130 Shimoor Lane 
St. Louis MO 63146 

McGough, Sarina A. 
12 Highland Avenue 
North Tarrytown NY 10591 

McGovern, James J. 
375 Wagon Wheel Court 
Green Bay WI 54302 

McGowan, Matthew M. 
230 Crocus Avenue 
Floral Park NY 11001 

McGrail, Brendan J. 
39 Shipman Road 
Andover MA 01810 

McKinney, Lori A. 

574 Dalton Division Road 

Pittsfield MA 01201 

McKnight, Kathleen A. 
RR #1, Box 220-D 
Wading River NY 11792 

McLane, Molly H. 
8 Emma Street 
Auburn NY 13021 

McLarnon, James P. 
29 Hanna Street 
Quincy MA 02169 

McLaughlin, Daniel A. 
37 North Lexow Avenue 
Nanuet NY 10954 

McLeod, Michael M, Jr. 
27 Wheeler Street 
Gloucester MA 01930 

McMorrow, Linda B. 
88 Progress Avenue 
Riverside RI 02915 

McQuillen, Michael T. 
P.O. Box 506 
Shelburne VT 05482 

McVeigh, Patrick J. 

P.O. Box 84, 22 Wheeler Road 

West Townsend MA 01474 

McVety, Meghan A. 
39 1/2 Forman St. 
Cazenovia NY 13035 



Menard, Stephanie A. 
Box 5590, R.R. 2 
Morrisville VT 05661 

Menmuir, Kerry L. 
22942 Cedarspring 
El Toro CA 92630 

Miamidian, Mary P. 
3023 Runnymede Drive 
Norristown PA 19401 

Michalskim, Miroslaw 
107 Engert Avenue 
Brooklyn NY 11222 

Mick, Sarah E. 

50 Desert Brook Road 

Wrentham MA 02093 

Millard, Gregory J. 
72 Fairfield Place 
Fairfield CT 06430 

Miller, William J. 
14 Wallace Street 
Rockville Center NY 11570 

Mitchell, Maria K. 
4 Highwood Road 
Manchester MA 01944 

Mongan, Thomas G. 

27 Ridge Drive 

Berkeley Heights NJ 07922 

Monroy, Christopher G. 

57 Cedar Road 
Holden MA 01520 

Moon, Gregory A. 
32 Longfellow Road 
Shrewsbury MA 01545 

Moore, Jennifer 
29 Quincy Drive 
Bedford NH 03102 

Morean, Andrew G. 
10123 Regatta Trail 
Aurora OH 44202 

Morel, Karen A. 
45 Charles Drive 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Morris, Garrett B. 
4717 Chateau Drive 
Metairie LA 70002 

Morrissey, Craig S. 

58 Colonial Drive 
Taunton MA 02780 

Morrissey, Susan A. 
39 Hawthorne Way 
Hartsdale NY 10530 



Murphy, Maureen J. 
30 Walbridge Road 
West Hartford CT 06119 

Murphy, Michael E. 
43 Hawktree Drive 
Westwood MA 02090 

Murphy, Sheila M. 

130 Marguerita Avenue #101 

Santa Monica CA 90402 

Murray, Erin E. 
Riverview Road 
Irvington NY 10533 

Murray, Margaret M. 
142 Bay Shore Drive 
Sandusky OH 44870 

Murree, David F. 
4 Jay Street 
Worcester MA 01607 

Myer, William J. 
8 Foothill Drive 
Kinnelon NJ 07405 

Mynahan, Richard M. 
22 Pine Street, Box 603 
Lisbon ME 04250 

Naill, Sara C. 

2415 North Potomac Street 

Arlington VA 22207 

Naughton, Laurence P. 
27 Acme Avenue 
Bethpage NY 11714 

Neville, Jennifer A 
25 Jewel Street 
Enfield CT 06082 

Newman, Rachel E. 

1418 Northwest 51st Terrace 

Gainesville FL 32605 

Nice, Lisa M. 
10760 Manor Wood 
Clarence NY 14031 

Noonan, Kelly A. 
79 Horace Road 
Belmont MA 02178 

Novak, Jill C. 
43 Virginia Drive 
Middletown CT 06457 

Novicki, Kathryn S. 
Karen Pines 
Dedham MA 02026 

Nowak, John P. 
47 Priscilla Road 
South Easton MA 02375 



Lynch, Thomas T. 
1 West 67th Street 
New York NY 10023 

Lynn, Timothy M. 
3377 East Lake Road 
Skaneateles NY 13152 

Lyons, Darby C. 

79 Rock Road 

North Andover MA 01845 

Macaulay, Richard T. 
51 Badger Road 
Hyde Park MA 02136 

MacDonald, Maura A. 

219 Avery Street 

South Windsor CT 06074 

MacLaren, Douglas J. 
96 Bourne Park Avenue 
Marshfield MA 02050 



Mc Adams, Edward J. 
5510 North Sheridan Road 
Chicago IL 60640 

McCabe, William J, Jr. 
33 Fox Meadow Lane 
Dedham MA 02026 

McCann, James P. 
224 Oak Ridge Avenue 
Summit NJ 07901 

McCarthy, Amie M. 
83 Ramona Avenue 
Buffalo NY 14220 

McCarthy, Jennifer A. 
21 Foxcroft Road 
Winchester MA 01890 

McCarthy, Robert S. 
150 Roosevelt Drive 
Trumbull CT 06611 



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McWilliams, Kathryn A. 
4 Haven Road 
Medfield MA 02052 

Meagher, David E. 
170 Richardson Drive 
Needham MA 02192 

Meagher, Paul F. 
27 Fourth Street 
Closter NJ 07624 

Medler, Mary E. 
34 Richmond Road 
Rockville Centre NY 11570 

Melinson, Megan P. 
15040 Kelvin Avenue 
Philadelphia PA 19116 

Melvin, Edward G, II 
34 Terrace Gardens 
Wallingford CT 06492 



Mucciarone, Lisa M. 
3 Lucius Street 
Franklin MA 02038 

Mullahy, John B. 
32-46 201 Street 
Bayside NY 11361 

Mungovan, Patrick M. 
7 Colburn Road 
Wellesley Hills MA 02181 

Munoz-Ruiz, Maria T. 
Cedro G-13 Caparra Hills 
Guaynabo PR 00920 

Murphy, Bernard J. 
313 Trenton Blvd 
Sea Girt NJ 08750 

Murphy, James J., Jr. 
192 Falconer Avenue 
Brockton MA 02401 



Nuzzo, Charles A. 
14 Gormley Lane 
Butler NJ 07405 

Oates, Brian G. 
77 Channing Road 
Watertown MA 02172 

O'Brien, Alyce M. 
3803 South Cliff 
Sioux Falls SD 57105 

O'Brien, Joseph W. 
36 Hornbine Road 
Swansea MA 02777 

O'Brien, Monique A. 
34 Porter's Lane 
Portsmouth RI 02871 

O'Brien, Thomas P. 
142 Greenway Terrace 
Mahopac NY 10541 



O'Brien, Timothy W. 
275 Manor Road 
Ridgewood NJ 07450 

O'Callaghan, David A. 
61 North Street 
Middleboro MA 02346 

O'Connor, Austin J. 
6121 Vernon Terrace 
Alexandria VA 22307 



O'Connor, Elyse P. 
16 Corona Drive 
Bethpage NY 11714 

O'Connor, Joseph V. 
41 Taylor Road 
Acton MA 01720 

O'Connor, Kevin M. 
8 Sky Terrace 
Voorheesville NY 12186 

Odierna, Gregory S. 
174 Avondale Road 
Longmeadow MA 01106 

O'Keefe, Christopher M. 

7 Garnet Road 
Billerica MA 01821 

O'Leary, Megan M. 
10347 Ramm Road 
Whitehouse OH 43571 

O'Leary, Meggan E. 
18 Lane of Acres 
Sicklerville NJ 08081 

Oliva, Paul S. 
2 Little Fox Circle 
Fayetteville NY 13066 

Olson, James J, Jr. 
150 Central Avenue 
Chelsea MA 02150 

Olson, Paul R. 

1380 Southwest Orinda Way 

Portland OR 97225 

O'Malley, Peter J. 
108 Buck Ct. 
Fremont CA 94539 

Ona, Mel A. 

8059 Barony Woods 

Pittsford NY 14534 

O'Neil, Kathryn M. 
4 Meadowbrook Road 
Simsbury CT 06070 

O'Neil, Leslie E. 

8 Roosevelt Avenue 
Glen Head NY 11545 

O'Neill, Lisa M. 
140 John Street 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Orance, Catherine L. 
11 Lambert Circle 
Worcester MA 01605 

Orquiola, Alan A. 
44 Blacksmith Road 
Wilbraham MA 01095 

Ortiz, Susan E. 

98 Sargent Rd. #23 

Westminster MA 01473 

Osypuk, Theresa L. 
33 Kenneth Drive 
Vernon CT 06066 



Ouellette, Cheryl A. 
3 Cranberry Pines 
Scarborough ME 04074 

Ouellette, Thomas J. 
47 South Bowdoin Street 
Lawrence, MA 01843 

Palson, Rebecca J. 
80 High Street 
Medfield MA 02052 

Pardo, Noel J. 

91 Middlesex Road 

Buffalo NY 14216 

Parker, Erin 

424 Addison Avenue 

Westmont NJ 08108 

Parrish, Heather J. 
500 Brackenridge Road 
Norfolk VA 23505 

Particini, Vincent P. 
82D Military Police Company 
82D Airborne Division 
Fort Bragg NC 28307-5100 

Pashko, Jason M. 
208 Bumstead Road 
Monson MA 01057 

Patraitis, Cynthia A. 
5 Avon Street 
Worcester MA 01610 

Pellegrino, Mary E. 
46 Burbank Drive 
Stratford CT 06497 

Pelletier, Kerri C. 

10 Carrigg Road 
Quincy MA 02171 

Penders, Kevin F. 
9 Woodcrest Drive 
Wakefield MA 01880 

Pepe, Anthony V. 
389 Brush Hill Avenue 
West Springfield MA 01089 

Perrone, Anthony 
8 Longmeadow Road 
Arlington MA 02174 

Pescaro, Raymond P., Jr. 
110 Main Boulevard 
Shrewsbury MA 01545 

Peterlin, Margaret J A 
829 West Shore Drive 
Ashburnham MA 01430 

Petrone, Christopher J. 
Mount Hissarlik Way 
Bedford NY 10506 

Pettinato, Paul J. 
12 Foster's Point 
Beverly MA 01915 

Philips, Anna A. 
5 Pinewood Lane 
Cumberland RI 02864 

Phillips, Jennifer M. 

11 Highwood Drive 
Auburn NH 03032 

Picarillo, Alan P. 
3 Shirley Avenue 
Methuen MA 01844 

Pires, Miguelangelo C R 

12 Albion Street 
Boston MA 02119 



Pisacane, Louis C, III 
253 Linda Vista Avenue 
No. Haledon NJ 07508 

Player, Russell S. 
28 Langdon Road 
Burlington NJ 08016 

Popadak, Amy K. 

Rte. 3, Box 810, 8 Lakeview Dr 

Oakland ME 04963 

Porrello, Peter T. 
7 Michigan Road 
Bellerose Village NY 11001 

Portorreal, David A. 
26000 Williams Drive 
Westlake OH 44145 

Pothier, Katherine A. 
17 Carleton Avenue 
Bradford MA 01835 

Pothier, Matthew R. 
7 High Plain Road 
Andover MA 01810 

Potter, William W. 
6 Jennifer Road 
Wakefield MA 01880 

Powderly, Gerald R. 
42 Wayside Lane 
Ashland MA 01721 

Powell, Francis R. 
24 Stanford Drive 
Hingham MA 02043 

Powell, John B. 

40 Woodard Road 

West Roxbury MA 02132 

Power, Susan J. 

2551 S Victoria Avenue 

Oxnard CA 93035 

Powers, Norinne M. 
17 Blauvelt Street 
Nanuet NY 10954 

Pregiato, Lawrence A. 
6 Hewitt Avenue 
Bronxville NY 10708 

Purcell, Marie L. 

98 Quenepa, Milaville 

Rio Piedras PR 00926 

Putnam, Meredith R. 

90 Lake Avenue 

Newton Centre MA 02159 

Queenan, Julie N. 
47 Cottonwood Drive 
Hudson NH 03051 

Ramenofsky, Carrie M 
921 Oakwood Avenue 
Wilmette IL 60091 

Regan, Shawn P. 
RD #1, Box 413-D 
Little Falls NY 13365 

Reilly, Allison K. 
64 Windy Hill Road 
Cohasset MA 02025 

Reilly, Kevin J. 

263 Barrington Drive 

Bridgewater NJ 08807 

Renz, Justin A. 
58 Elm Street 
Westerly RI 02891 



Reyburn, Mary J. 
3892 Via Verde 
Thousand Oaks CA 91360 

Ricci, Christine M. 
130 Warren Avenue 
Seekonk MA 02771 

Rice, Kristal T. 

2864 West 35th Street 

Brooklyn NY 11224 

Richards, Ann M. 
311 Corey Street 
Boston MA 02132 

Riley, MaryCatherine 
29 Colburn Road 
Wellesley MA 02181 

Rissberger, Susanna M. 
59 Altamont Road 
Voorheesville NY 12186 

Rissetto, Harry A. 
504 East Broad Street 
Falls Church VA 22046 

Ritter, Bethany M. 
8 Coed Drive 
Easthampton MA 01027 

Rivera Cesari, Yasmin 

14 St. E-22 Quintas Cupey 

Rio Piedras PR 00926 

Roach, Jeffrey M. 

2200 Grande Avenue, S.E. 

Cedar Rapids lA 52403 

Roberts, Cristina A. 
14 Highland Meadows 
Danvers MA 01923 

Robertson, Julie K. 
419 Maple Avenue 
Barrington RI 02806 

Robie, Lisa M. 
87 Auburn Road 
Londonderry NH 03053 

Roche, Eileen A. 
8 Edinburgh Lane 
Trumbull CT 06611 

Rogers, James A. 
197 Main Street 
Sandwich MA 02563 

Rogers, Sharon P. 
59 Ronald Road 
Arlington MA 02174 

Roleke, John W. 
36 Garden Place 
Hempstead NY 11550 

Rossi, Alfred J. 

35 Crescent Avenue 

Cranston RI 02910 

Rossi, Simona 
8 Dellwood Drive 
Florham Park NJ 07932 

Rourke, Anne M. 
7501 Hackamore Drive 
Potomac MD 20854 

Ruddy, David F. 
5600 Western Avenue 
Chevy Chase MD 20815 

Russell, Lori V. 

23 Valley Forge Way 

Foxboro MA 02035 



Rutherford, Douglas R. 
290 Mohawk Drive 
Boulder CO 80303 

Rutigliano, Kristin K. 
175 Westmeadow Road 
Rocky Hill CT 06067 

Rutter, Jennifer A. 
1674 Jack's Circle 
Lansdale PA 19446 

Ryan, Amy L. 

P.O. Box 676, 14 Stacy Lane 

Wells ME 04090 

Ryan, Gregory R. 
64 Chapel Drive 
Churchville PA 18966 

Ryan, James P. 
54 Granite Avenue 
Boston MA 02124 

Salah, Ellen E. 

P.O. Box 201, 8 Hemlock Drive 

Ipswich MA 01938 

Saleh, Minerve N. 
6821 Viento Way 
Boca Raton FL 33433 

Salerno, Alison L. 
12568 Pacato Circle S. 
San Diego CA 92128 

Sanger, Kurt M., Jr. 
530 East 88th Street 
New York NY 10128 

Santelli, Jonathan N. 
281 Garth Road, Apt. 2JB 
Scarsdale NY 10583 

Saro, Pamela J. 

73 Prescott Street 

West Boylston MA 01583 

Scannell, Kathleen A. 
381 Highland Avenue 
Upper Montclair NJ 07043 

Schaefer, Margaret E. 
618 Wisner Street 
Park Ridge IL 60068 

Schaeffer, Christine J. 
4818 Johnson Avenue 
Western Springs IL 60558 

Scheuerman, Sheila B. 
21 Grand Avenue 
Washington NJ 07882 

Schmidt, Paul R. 
1306 Fox River Drive 
De Pere WI 54115 

Schmitt, Genevieve M. 
365 Sheffield Drive 
Brookfield WI 53005 

Scholz, Abigail M. 
32 Grandhill Road 
Dover MA 02030 

Schroeder, Douglas H. 
319 Pine Brook Road 
Englishtown NJ 07726 

Schultz, John M. 
72 Second Street 
Garden City NY 11530 

ScoUo, Christopher M. 
10 Karen Drive 
Portland CT 06480 



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Scully, Karin A. 
265 The By-Way 
Ridgewood NJ 07450 

Sears, Eileen M. 

29 Brookline Avenue 

Holyoke MA 01040 

Segota, John J. 

44 Thornberry Road 

Winchester MA 01890 

Sergott, Michael J. 
235 Colon Avenue 
New York NY 10308 

Serres, Christopher D. 
15207 South Forsythe Road 
Oregon City OR 97045 

Shea, Andrea B. 
6 Patricia Street 
Windham NH 03087 

Shea, Maura K. 
860 Penfield Road 
Rochester NY 14625 

Sheedy, Carolyn T. 
PSC Box 356 USAWC 
Carlisle Barracks PA 17013 

Sheehan, Patrick J. 
104 Berry Street 
Wrentham MA 02093 

Sheridan, Mary W. 
145 Cooper Avenue 
Landisville PA 17538 

Shevlin, Elisa A. 
1 Northway 
Bronxville NY 10708 

Sierra, Shawn L. 
6135 South Fairfield 
Chicago IL 60629 

Sims, Holly N. 
3502 Waldon Dr. 
Greensboro NC 27408 

Sisk, Kathryn M. 
25 Michael Drive 
Saratoga Springs NY 12866 

Slimbaugh, William P., Ill 
4609 Deerfield Place 
Binghamton NY 13903 

Smith, Brian D. 

179 Beach Bluff Avenue 

Swampscott MA 01907 

Smith, Gregory C. 
14 Redondo Drive 
Poughkeepsie NY 12603 

Smith, Michael B. 
1 Morrison Avenue 
Wethersfield CT 06109 

Smith, Patricia A. 
362 Eastwood Court 
Englewood NJ 07631 

Snow, Nancy J. 
31 Roberta Avenue 
Brockton MA 02401 

Solano, Kenneth C, Jr. 
12 Old Brook Circle 
Melrose MA 02176 

Sorce, Steven R. 
2893 Laguna Drive 
Idaho Falls ID 83404 

Spacek, Daniel E. 
P.O. Box 7010 
Nashua NH 03060 



Spencer, Michael E. 
449 West Clinton Street 
New Bedford MA 02740 

Spielmann, Martin D. 

4 Little Brook Road North 

Darien CT 06820 

Spillane, Maryanne K. 
11 Denison Road 
Worcester MA 01609 

Stabach, Jason E. 
77 William Street 
Portland CT 06480 

Stagg, David J. 
17 Bradford Lane 
Basking Ridge NJ 07920 

Stangl, Joseph F. 

62 Storey Lane 
Yonkers NY 10710 

Stanton, Peter M. 

14 Hampton Court 

Port Washington NY 11050 

Stemmle, Michelle L. 
741 Blue Creek Drive 
Webster NY 14580 

Stewart, Ellen T. 
147 Oak Street 
Westwood MA 02090 

St. Onge, Daniel G., Jr. 
101 Boulter Road 
Wethersfield CT 06109 

Stott, Darby E. 

8 Partridge Hill Road 

Southboro MA 01772 

Streker, Kirstin M. 
14 Westview Terrace 
Easthampton MA 01027 

Stutz, Kara E. 
129 Fairway Drive 
Seekonk MA 02771 

Suffish, Timothy W. 
16 West Ledge Drive 
Wethersfield CT 06109 

Sullivan, Andrew W. 
North Road 
Westfield MA 01085 

Sullivan, Margaret A. 
815 Jacobs Court 
Dyer IN 46311 

Sullivan, Meghan E. 
196 Baker Street 
Walpole MA 02081 

Sutherland, Brian S. 
59 Robbins Street 
Acton MA 01720 

Swanson, Gregory A. 
97 Kingsbury Road 
Garden City NY 11530 

Sweeney, Meghan T. 
1075 Park Avenue 
New York NY 10128 

Tefft, Jennifer L. 

63 Philip Street 
Medfield MA 02052 

Teuwen, Elizabeth B. 
32 Eliot Drive 
Stow MA 01775 

Thompson, Eric W. 
272 Granville Road 
Southwick MA 01077 



Thorburn, John 
1840 Marine Parkway 
Brooklyn NY 11234 

Thresher, Michelle L 

24 Battery St., Apt. 3 
Boston MA 02113 

Tift, Michael A. 
8 Forest Drive 
Millbury MA 01527 

Tobia, Danielle M. 
79 Manor Road 
Ridgefield CT 06877 

Todd, Tiffany N. 

29 Blueberry Hill Lane 

North Andover MA 01845 

Tondow, Ann L. 
2937 Alpine Terrace 
Cincinnati OH 45208 

Toneatti, Silvana V. 
56 Everett Avenue 
Watertown MA 02172 

Toomey, Sara L. 

25 Longmeadow Road 
Medfield MA 02052 

Tourtelotte, Andrew E. 
240 Washington Boulevard 
Springfield MA 01108 

Tracey, Nora A. 
60 Collamore Street 
Milton MA 02186 

Tremblay, Andrew G. 
67 Summer Street 
Keene NH 03431 

Turenne, Robert T., Jr. 
6 Phyllis Road 
Foxboro MS 02035 

Twohig, Catherine B. 
17826 Lake Road 
Lakewood OH 44107 

Upatham, Charuda 
16 Bemis Road 
Holyoke MA 01040 

Valentine, Barry S. 
52 Portland Street 
Holyoke MA 01040 

Valgenti, Robert T. 
35 KnoUwood Drive 
Morristown NJ 07960 

Van Beckum, Sara A. 
9309 West Beverly Place 
Wauwatosa WI 53226 

Van Hoof, Michael R. 
78 Old Turnpike Road 
Bristol CT 06010 

Vasile, Elena V. 
798 Lake Street 
West Harrison NY 10604 

Vath, Peter A. 
3000 Ascot Lane 
Roswell GA 30076 

Vendola, Keith A. 
64 Forest Hills Drive 
Farmington CT 06032 

Venier, Jonathan D. 
5 Berrybush Road 
Littleton MA 01460 



Villa, Theodore F. 

63 Wedgemere Avenue 

Winchester MA 01890 

Wagner, Melinda C. 
26 Chaucer Road 
Nashua NH 03062 



Wagoner, Edith E. 
1378 A, Rd #3 
Selkirk NY 12158 

Walker, William E. Jr. 
5865 Dunwoody Court 
Portage MI 49002 

Wallace, Erin R. 
103 High Street 
Andover MA 01810 

Walsh, Janine D. 

53 South Grove Street 
Valley Stream NY 11580 

Walsh, Michael M. 
8 Coach Lane 
Norwood MA 02062 

Walton, Melanie S. 
36 Kendall Road 
Tewksbury MA 01876 

Wan, John H. 
35 Storrs Avenue 
Braintree MA 02184 

Warth, Matthew K. 
5130 Manchester Drive 
Zanesville OH 43701 

Wethly, Frans C. 
183 Stonehedge Lane 
Guilford CT 06437 

Whalen, Laura S. 

54 Fairway Lane 
Foxborough MA 02035 

White, Timothy D. 
8 Fernwood Avenue 
Haverhill A 01835 

Whitehouse, James G. 

8037 Pebble Creek Lane West 

Ponte Vedra Beach FL 32082 

Whyte, Lorene M. 
83 Wilshire Park 
Needham MA 02192 

Wilhelm, Michael 

6 Corlett Place 

Huntington Station NY 11746 

Wilson, James T. 
1626 Monsey Avenue 
Scranton PA 18509 

Wilson, Kirk P. 

20 Gates Road Unit #16 

Marlborough NH 03455 

Witkowski, Gregory R 
32 Tall Tree Road 
Middletown NJ 07748 

Witsken, Julie A. 
56 Walnut Circle 
Basking Ridge NJ 07920 

Wjasow, Christina 
578 Emerald Trail 
Martinsville NJ 08836 

Wolf, Anthony R. 
28 Muirfield Road 
Rockville Center NY 11570 



Wolfe, Joanna R. 

PO Box 314, 11 Foundry Street 

Amherst NH 03031 

Woodland, Annette J. 
190 Parkwood Road 
West Islip NY 11795 

Wotruba, Darlene M. 

501 Las Alturas 

Santa Barbara CA 93103 

Wozniak, Karen E. 
7 Sycamore Street 
Hudson NH 03051 

Wysocki, John F. 
17 Western Avenue 
Greenfield MA 01301 

Xie, Ninghong 
150 West Street 
Worcester MA 01609 

Zambito, John R. 
603 Bayville Road 
Locust Valley NY 11560 

Ziegler, Marisa C. 
275 Middle Street 
East Weymouth MA 02189 

Ziolkowski, John R. 
1635 Marion Lane 
East Aurora NY 14052 

Zmijewski, Cynthia M. 
20 Brownstone Road 
Yalesville CT 06492 

Zmijewski, Suzanne M. 
20 Brownstone Road 
Yalesville CT 06492 

Zufall, John K. 
500 Cadman Road 
West Islip NY 11795 






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Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dolan 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Oliva 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sterbenz 

Dr. James A. Grimes 

George T. Maloney 

Gina and Jack De Korte 

Jonathan and Patricia Stott 

J. David and Julie Power 

The Garschina Group 

Edmund and Christiana Ho 

Frank and Mary Jane Scholz 

John and Marianne O'Neil 

Rosemarie Romano 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Boyle 

Charles P. O'Connor 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barry 

Col. and Mrs. Richard Barnaby 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Boyle 

Jane and Jeremiah Cronin 

Thomas F. Conniff 

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Divino 

Anthony Cincotta 

The Greiners 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Galasso 

Charles Millard 

The Margiotta's 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon R. Miamidian 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mc Cann 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kenny 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Matthews 

James F. and Maryjo Moon 

Dr. and Mrs. Jorge M. Pardo and Family 

The McGivney's 

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Welker 

Pat and Dick Wotruba and Family 

John J. Foley 

Becky and John Halleron 

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Howley 



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BENEFACTORS 



Fernando and Celia Ona 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Richards 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Nice 

Pedro E. Purcell 

John and Aggie Dowd 

Mr. and Mrs. William Stefan 

Dorothy D'Agata 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flasck 



Mrs. Patricia A. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. DriscoU 

Nancy Aicardi 

Don and Pat Schneider 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter T. Nigri 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Coulombe 

Mrs. Helen Burchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Boyle 



CONTRIBUTORS 






RADM and Mrs. Philip J. Coady 
Dave and Betty Ann Connolly 
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Suffish 
Terence F. Cooke 
Don and Phyliss Mc Lean 
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. O'Neil 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Millerick 
Mr. and Mrs. James Drumgoole 
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Doherty 
George and Rosann Brodie 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Valentine 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brandi 
Mr. and Mrs. Nouhad Saleh 
Len and Dotti Calabrese 



Joan Scannell 

William and Camille Hitchmoth 

Thomas and Janet Walsh 

David and Yvette Putman 

Vance Howe 

Ray and Kathy Jorgensen 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Ziegler 

Mr. and Mrs. Lem Boole 

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Connor Jr. 

Tom and Gloria Uhle 

Robert Ziolkowki 

Robert and Rosalie Houston 

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Delotto Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Gouveia 



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DONORS 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Decker 

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shortell 

jDr. and Mrs. Arturo Correa 

Regina and James McNulty 

Barbara and Bob GiaQuinto 

Tom and Jane Vimont 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Fox Sr. 

David and Anee Kraus 

Mr. and Mrs. James McVeigh 

Mr. and Mrs. Young Soo Lee 

Fran and Jim Kalmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Bergman 

W.W. LoCurto 

Mancy and Paul Connoly 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Ryan 

fim and Linda Leahy 

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dominique 

Phillip Coburn 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schmidt 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Fenders 

Raymond Tift 

Francis and Elaine Wysocki 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Bergin Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Reyburn 

Leo and Doreen Evans 

Robert and Barbara Spacek 

Mr. and Mrs. John Roche 

Margaret and David Tondow 

Elizabeth O. Weitz 

The Witkowski Family 

Gisela Hobman 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Vasile 

jMr. and Mrs. James Deveney 

Dorothy K. Powell 

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hannigan 

Dr. and Mrs. Laurence de Fazio 

Martin and Judy Ryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Wozniak 

Carol Peters 

Georgia and Luciann Poulopoulos 

Maria Choy 



Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale DiMattia 

Horace and Rose Andersen 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. St. Onge Sr. 

Tom and Charlotte McDonald 

Carmen M. Rosa 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Naughton 

Mr. and Mrs. John Homiski 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heintz 

Gene Fredey 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Akeke 

Pat and Jon Sims 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stangl 

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Zambito 

Norberto A. Belleza 

Mike and Trish Magee 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolf 

Masatoshi Fukuda 

Robert and Anne Powderly 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Johnson 

Robert and Suzanne O'Neill 

Dr. and Mrs. Akira Iwane 

Karen Hoefling 

Francis G. McCashion 

Stephen Holzmann 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mclnerney 

Mr. and Mrs. John Conway 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Minton 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cornell 

Anthony L. Gentile 

Paul Giulbeault 

Mr. and Mrs. William Sichol 

Russel F. Smith Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gallivan 

Mr. and Mrs. Jan W. Rozendaal 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nykvist 

Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Pace and Sylvia 

Bartolome Celli 

Henry O. Daley Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eovine 

Kellie Lee 

Nancy and Paul Connolly 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF 1993 

FROM THE 

GENERAL ALUMNI 

ASSOCIATION 




REGIONAL ALUMNI CLUBS 



Arizona 

Greater San Francisco 

Greater Los Angeles 

Greater San Diego 

Colorado 

Fairfield County, Conn. 

Hartford, Conn. 

Eastern-Southern Conn. 

New Haven, Conn. 

Naugatuck, Conn. 

South Atlantic-Washington 

Greater Miami, Florida 

Naples, Florida 

Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida 

Chicago 

Iowa 

Maine 

Berkshire County-Pittsfield 

Cape Cod, Mass. 

Bristol County, Mass. 

Greater Boston, Mass. 

Pioneer Valley, Mass. 

Merrimack Valley, Mass. 

Worcester, Mass. 

Michigan 



Minnesota 

Missouri-St. Louis 

New Hampshire 

Northern New Jersey 

Albany-Eastern New York 

Central New York & Syracuse 

Greater New York 

Long Island, New York 

Rochester-Northern New York 

Southern New York 

Western New York-Buffalo 

North Carolina 

Northern Ohio-Cleveland 

Central Ohio-Columbus 

Southern Ohio-Cincinatti 

North East Penn.-Scranton 

Greater Philadelphia 

Western Penn. -Pittsburgh 

Rhode Island 

Southwest Texas 

Vermont 

Wisconsin 

Hawaii 

Puerto Rico 

West Indies 



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Do all the good you can, 
By all the means you can, 
In all the ways you can, 
In all the places you can, 
At all the times you can. 
To all the people you can. 
As long as ever you can. 

We love you P.J. 

Mom, Dad, Mike and Kristin 
(You Done Good Ferris!) 




Congratulations Tony, 

or four terrific years! 

Thanks for the Naturals 

A Capella Singing Group, 

Keep following 

your dreams. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 



Listen to the MUSTN'TS, child 
Listen to the DON'TS 
Listen to the SHOULDN'TS 
The IMPOSSIBLES, the WON'TS 
Listen to the NEVER HAVES 
Then listen close to me- 
Anything can happen, child 
ANYTHING can be. 



Congratulations 
Amy M. Kachinsky 



Love Mom, Dad, Beth, Carolyn, Mark, 
Bobby, Mattie, Lisa, Billy and Co. 



Congratulations 
Deirdre! 



We don't care if 

you don't always make 

your bid . . . You're a winner 

with us! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Gran, Dick, Dave, Dan and Diu. 






Megs 


Congratulations ' 


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I'm proud of you 


Love 


1 

Mom 



Congratulations 

to Bee and all of 

her wonderful friends. 

Love, 
Dad and Mom 




Congratulations 

to our 

favorite son 

and all his friends! 

We're very proud 

of you, Kevin! 
Love, Mom & Dad 



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Melissa 



Congratulations to you and your friends 
on a job well done! We hope your future 

years will be as satisfying and challenging 
as your last four. May God grant you as 

much joy and happiness as you have given 

us. 



Mother, Dad, Bob, Ann, Carolyn, 

& Noey 



Louis 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
you. 



there always be work for your hands to do. 
your purse always hold a coin or two. 
the sun always shine on your windowpane. 
a rainbow be certain to follow each rain, 
the hand of a friend always be near you. 
God fill your heart with gladness to cheer 

An Irish Blessing 



Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kerry, Kristen 



Noe 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to you & your friends. 

We are very proud of you. 

Love, 
Dad, Mom, Jorge, Eric 



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This day is mine to mar or make, 
God keep me strong and true; 
Let me no erring by-path take, 
No doubtful action do. 

Grant me when the setting sun 
This fleeting day shall end, 
I may rejoice o'er something done, 
Be richer by a friend. 

Let all I meet along the way 
Speak well of me tonight. 
I would not have the humblest say 
rd hurt him by a slight. 

Let there be something true and fine 
When night slips down to tell 
That I have lived this day of mine 
Not selfishly, but well. 

-Anonymous 

Congratulations and God Bless 

Love, Mom, Dad, Becky, Karen 

And F. Frank, S.J. 



Tom, Keep it Rolling. 

Congratulations, 

We Love You. 

John, Julianne & Dad 



Kathy, 
We are very proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Herb 




Congratulations, Jeff 

And may you still 

"keep going, 

and going, 

and going" 

Love, Mom, Dad and Brian 







To our ver^j special doujhler, 

/is yo6< W ibuard the future. 

keep ^bur cxpeddtions hyh. 
Keep on reaclima for jour special star 
And rmtmber we'll he wiskinj ^ou 

ik best in all foa frf. 
for we, btliei/t in em^fhrn )oa art / 

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Ue are so very proud of ^ou 
and all you hai/e accomp/ished at //dij Cross. 




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Harry A. Rissetto 



May you continue to 

manifest your destiny westward. 

All of our love and 

support are with you. 

Mom, Dad, John, Mike 




"This above all: 
to thine own self 

be true" 
Congratulations! 

Melissa Ann 

We are all so very 
proud of you! 

Love and Best Wishes, 

Mom, Dad, Tracey, and 

Andrea 



Congratulations, 
AMIE! 

Best wishes for a future 

filled with peace, 

happiness and fulfillment! 

We love you! 

Mom, Dad, Carrie, 
Tom &f Kevin 




Congratulations, 

John 

We are very 

proud of you. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Mark 



Congratulations, Ken! 



We are so proud of you. All our Love, 
Mom, Dad, Gabby, Becca, Rosie and 

Hanna 
XXOOX 



Emerson said it well. 
We wish you all of the following: 



"To laugh of often and much; to v^in the respect of 
intelligent people and the affection of children; to 
earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure 
the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; 
to find the best in others; to leave the world a bit 
better whether by a healthy child, a garden patch 
or redeemed social condition; to know even one 
life has breathed easier because you have lived. 
This is to have succeeded." 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Congratulations 
Joseph Stangl 



Everyone has a fair turn to 
be as great as he pleases'' 



Holy Cross was the catalyst. 

Initiative and Leadership will 

be the qualities to success. 



Love, Mom & Dad 



Congratulations, Phil 
We are very proud of you 

Love, 
Mom, Dad & Thad 



Congratulations 
Pam 



We are proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Sarah and Emily 



"To thine own self be true - and it must 
follow- as the night the day- thou canst 
not then be false to any man." 

Pete, its been a pleasure watching you 
grow. 
Thanks for all the memories. 

Love, Ma 



Wow Pete, you finally made it'! 
It'll be good to have you home so 
we can spend some time together. 

Love, 

Matt 

It seems like 
yesterday .... 



"I shall be telling this with .a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- 
I took the one less traveled by. 
And that has made all the difference." 
Never change Pete. 

Love, Dad 



Good luck, Pete. Save room in your office 
for me- future Doc #2 

Love, 
Joe 




In your wreath of rembrance, twine one 
little bud for me. 

Love, 
Aunt Flo 



GREAT JOB PETE 



Good luck little bro; I'm real 
proud of you. 

Love, 
Marianne 



I'm real proud of you, big 
brother - you're half way there 
now. Good job. 

Love, 
Laura 



"These are days you'll remember. Never before and never 
since, I promise, will the whole world be as warm as this. 
And as you feel it, you'll know its true that you are blesses 
and lucky. It's true that you are touched by something that 
will grow and bloom in you." 

Good luck, Pete. 

Love, Tara 





MMM 


Paul: 




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We are proud of you! 
As Grandpa said: 
"We don't care what 




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you do, as long as 
you support yourself 
and stay out of jail!" 
Love, 
Mom and Dad 




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Earl, 

You're grown now but 
you still bring a lot of 
happiness to the people 
in your life. That's one of 
the reasons you're so very 
special . . . and only one 
of the reasons you'll 
always be loved so 
much!!! 

Congratulations!!! 
Mom, Dad, & Cheryl 




And Soon . . . 
To soon . . . 

Our child 
has become 
a woman 



Shelly Bermani 
Congratulations! 

We are so very proud of you, 

Lx)ve, 
Mom and Dad 



OH BELIEVE ME! 

Marylou, Charlie, 

Chris, Maureen, Meg, 

Suzie, then Kathy 

and finally Greg! 



For twenty - odd years Millard tuitions were paid. 
But Greg's graduation was somewhat delayed. 

Truly determined to be a Brook's scholar. 
To wring every cent out of each credit dollar. 

Although older than most of his peers. 

He thought he might stretch the term past four years. 

He wanted a background, a solid foundation - 
In the classics, he thought; so he took a vacation. 

A sunny Greek isle, that was the place. 
He could rest til he entered the G.P. race. 

Winter in Worcester was a shock to his system. 

When he thought of his Greek friends (you guessed it) he missed 'em. 

"Oh believe me," a few even claimed that he kissed 'em. 

So anxious he was to excel in his studies, 

He spent every night out with his friends and his buddies. 

His reports o'er the years were rated outrageous. 
Too bad that family grades weren't simply contagious! 

But when it turned out he lacked a high cume, 
Greg did not wallow in self pity and gloom. 

Said he, "I'm not even a sophomore yet!" 
This might not be the lowliest, cume that I get! 

So with many nights out and a slob forum to thank. 
His guess proved true; and in fact, his rank sank. 

But he had so much fun and made so many friends. 
That he learned quite a lot by the time his tale ends. 

And, always a credit to the family tree - 
He graduates college by age 23! 

Marylou, Charlie, 

Chris, Maureen, Meg 

Suzie, then Kathy 

and finally Greg! 



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You've brought us joy - you've brought us love. 

You're truly a blessing from God above; 

And, now, our prayer for you, JOANNA RAE 

As you approach your Graduation Day, 

Is that your life will be filled with happiness 

And the path you choose will be paved with success. 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



All our love. 
Dad and Mum 



CHRISSY 

Congratulations on a wonderful four years! 
You've made us very proud. We wish you 
the best of everything in the future. 

Love always - ^ 

Mom, Dad and Karen 






To our parents, 




,M,«l6i^MMi: 



Thank you for deeming us 
worth spending $100,000 on. 
Thank you for the time that 
money bought us. Thank you 
for the four years of 
education, four years of 
memories, and four years of 
fun. Thank you for four years 
shared with the best of friends 
and for the Hfetime of 
friendships to follow. Thank 
you for giving us more than 
we could ever have a right to 
expect. We can never begin to 
repay you. 




GENEVIEVE M. 
SCHMITT 



AAother and I will always remember our first 
Parent's Weekend at Holy Cross. You expressed to 
us, when you looked out your dormitory window, 
you found it hard to believe that you had left 
Milwaukee and all your friends. Mother and 1 now 
share that same feeling of astonishment. We 
remember you as our little girl, and now we see 
you as a well educated, bright, beautiful, Holy Cross 
graduate. Take your diploma in hand and walk 
down life's road with God at your side. 



Congratulations! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, and Pam too! 



Congratulations 
Amy L. Ryan 

We are very proud of you! 



Love, Mom, Dad and Tim 




Congratulations, 

Kristin 

We are very 

proud of you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 





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Congratulations 
Shandy Shea 



We are so very proud of you. 
God bless - We love you. 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Leisha and Ja'Ney 



Kathleen Ann we gave you Family, because belonging 
gives you roots that stretch from where you were and 
are, to where you're going. 

So whether you're years away or oceans away from 
those you love, you're never far from home. 

We wish you the resolve to always keep learning, 
because knowledge gives you the power to understand. 
We wish you dreams, because unless you have dreams 
you'll never grow. 

We wish you love because it is compassion, it is for- 
giveness, it magnifies your spirit and is priceless. 

Congratulations -Princess 

We are so very proud of you 

Love Mom, Dad, Joe, Chris, Jack & Grandma 



Congratulations to 
John Schultz and the 

Class of 1993. 
Love Mom, Dad and 

Beth 



DARBY ELLEN STOTT 




To Darby 



Everyone is proud of you. 
Congratulations. May you 
be blessed all of your life. 



Love, 
M, D, J, Z, Z, & Sr. D. 



Congratulations to Roger, 

His Friends, 

and the Class of '93! 



You are great! 

Hold onto God's Hand 

as you live out your 

lives filled with 

His peace, 

with love and happiness. 



Love, 
Roger, Anne and Karen Breslin 



Greg and the Class of '93 



Congratulations and Good Luck 
in all of your future endeavors. 



Love, Mom, Dad, Michael 



Congratulations! 

We are so very proud of you! 

Tracy Alayne Hampel 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Brian 



CHRIS 
CONGRATULATIONS! 



"If ye have faith as a grain 
oj mustard seed. . . nothing 
shall he impossible unto you" 

-MATTHEW 17:20 



You've made us proud. 
We love you... 

- Mom, Dad & Dan 




Congratulations, 
Annmarie! 

You have brought us so 

much joy and we 

pray that the future 

may be rich in God's 

Blessings. With All our love. 

Mom, Dad, Paul, 

Granny and Aunt Dob. 

Pg. 139 V. 9.10 



Brian Jorgenson 



Two Roads Diverged in a Wood, and I . . . 

I took the less traveled by, 

And that has made all the difference. 

Robert Frost 



Congratulations on a job well done! 




Love, 

Mom & Dad 
Doug, Wendy, Ray, 
Tabitha, Nicholas 
and Grandma 



Congratulations 



Ani 



You made us so proud 



We love you always 
Mom, Dad, and Greg 




Daniel 

Congratulations 

and Best Wishes. 

We are proud of you. 

Love 

Mom, Dad, Mark & 

Sandra 



CONGRATULATIONS, PETER! 



OUR WISH FOR YOU IN LIFE IS 
TRUE PEACE AND HAPPINESS AND 
TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS IN ALL YOUR 
FUTURE ENDEAVORS. 

ALL OUR LOVE, MOM & BOB, 
GRANDMA, MICHAEL, 
FRAN & DEAN AND 
CHRISTINE. 



Go get 'em Packy, '93 



Da '52 

GiGi 

Kathleen, Micheael, Megan and Laura 

John '83 

Marcy and Jeff -'84 

Cholly '86 

Meg 

Mo 

Nanny '17 

Mully (R.I.P.) 

Rudy 

Mr. Moore 

Pete 

Sammy's 



Congratulations 

and Best Wishes to 

John and Apartment #13 

Matt, John, Paul, Doug and Brett 

and the Class of 1993 

Wishing you fond memories of 

your years at Holy Cross 

The MuUahy Family 

(John, Peggy, Brendan and 
Heather) 



Al, Austin, Bill & Greg 



Woof! Woof! 



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Fred" 




Congratulations 

Kristal 

I am very proud of 

you! 

A job well done! 

Loving you always, 

Mother 




GRADUATION! 
HOW EXCITING! 



It's been four short years. 

My how they have flown. 

Sharon, is it really time 

to come back home? 

LOTS OF LOVE, 
MOM, DAD AND BETS 



SIOBHAN 



CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST 

WISHES 



LOVE 

MOM, DAD, 

MICHAEL, AND DIARMUID 



Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '93 

especially 

Billy Miller 

We're very proud of you. 

We love you, Tiger! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Jennifer, & Mary 



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Congratulations 
Huni! 



Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Miki 



CONGRATULATIONS, 

RICHARD M. HART '93 



TRUE GREATNESS 

A MAN IS AS GREAT AS THE DREAMS HE DREAMS, 

AS GREAT AS THE LOVE HE BEARS, 

AS GREAT AS THE VALUES HE REDEEMS, 

AND THE HAPPINESS HE SHARES. 

A MAN IS AS GREAT AS THE THOUGHTS HE THINKS, 

AS THE WORTH HE HAS ATTAINED, 

AS THE FOUNTAINS AT WHICH HIS SPIRIT DRINKS, 

AND THE INSIGHT HE HAS GAINED. 

A MAN IS AS GREAT AS THE TRUTH THAT HE SPEAKS, 

AS GREAT AS THE HELP HE GIVES, 

AS GREAT AS THE DESTINY THAT HE SEEKS, 

AS GREAT AS THE LIFE HE LIVES. 

GOD HAS BLESSED YOU, RICHARD 



WE ARE ALL VERY PROUD OF YOU, 

LOVE, 
MOM, DAD, KATHLEEN, ERIC, EILEEN & JOANNE 



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Congratulations 
We are so proud of you 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Anthony & Joe 



Congratulations to you and your friends! 
We are very proud of you. 



We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Caroline, Nancy & Eric 

The Orquilas 




Congratulations Nancy. 
We are all very proud of 
you. Our love and best 
wishes for your future 
happiness. 

The Campobasso Family 



Norinne, 

Congratulations on a big 

milestone - graduation. 

We wish you happiness on 

the rest of life's road. 

We love you! 

Mom & Dad 



Theresa Cornish 




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The Party's Over 

(until the next one) 

Congratulations to you and the Class 

of '93. Love Mom and Dad 



Theresa, Til keep the party 

light on. 

Congratulations to a great 

sister. 

Love Joe '96. 





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Congratulations, Kara 

Love 

Mom, Dad, 
Jay, Meg, & Matt 



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May your future be as bright as your years at Holy Cross and 

" Maj the road rise up to meet jou, 

maj the wind be abays be at jour bad, maj the sun shine warm on jour face, 

the rains fall soft. ...maj God hold jou in the palm of His hand. " 

Love, 

Mother, Dad, Ann Marie, Jim, Caroline, Bill, William, 
Brian, Kathy, Baby P, Sheila and Gordy 



Kurt, 



I remember the day Dad and I first dropped you off at Holy 
Cross. We were so proud of you, and so thrilled you would be 
experiencing life at Holy Cross for the next four years. 

You have made good choices in life, and I know you will 
continue to travel the right road for you. 

Congratulations on all your achievements, and good luck in all 
your endeavors. 



I love you a lot. 

Mom 

XOXOXO 



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To our son Ryan, 

You have always made us proud, but 
this is by far our proudest moment. 
From your first day at Clark, every 
Parents Weekend, Holy Cross vs. 
Fordham in Limerick, the trips to 
Bucknell, Grill 23 and the Sole, the 
bookstore, four years varsity golf and 
all the memories of your time at the 
Cross, we will treasure them always. 

Our wish for you is to continue 
making the right choices and a lifetime 
of happiness. 

Congratulations to you and the class of 
'93 

Loving you always. Mom & Dad. 



Congratulations to my grandson; Ryan 
T. Kenny and the Class of '93 

Thanks for continuing 60 years of 
Crusader tradition 

Love and GOD BLESS - 

your Grandfather, 

Thomas F. Kenny Sr. 
Class of 1993 



"May the road rise up to meet you. 
May the wind be always at your back. 
May the sun shine warm upon your 

face, 
& the rains fall soft. 
May God hold you in the palm of HIS 

HAND." 




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1 993 Purple Patcher Staff 

Editor-in-Chief Joseph F. Stangl 

Assistant Editor John Handrahan 

Managing Editor Amy Kachinsky 

Photography Editor James J. Kiely Jr. 

Photo Staff Redmond Costello 

Business Manager Bethany Ritter 

Head Writer Michael EUis 

Layout Editor Abby Scholz 

Senior Section Editor John Handrahan 

Student Life Editor Dave Howe 

Sports Editor Tom Ouellette 



COLOPHON 

Release Date: October 1993 

Printing: The 1993 Purple Patcher was produced by the Printing and 

Publishing Division of Jostens at State College, Pennsylvania. There were 

116 pages of color in the 300 page book. Trim size is 9" x 12". 

Senior Section: Senior portraits were taken by Davor Photography of 

Bensalem Pennsylvania. 

Type: Palatino was used as the base type style throughout the book. 

Expenses: The $60,000 budget of the Purple Patcher was generated 

through book sales, parent donations and advertisements. The press run 

was 1 100, sold for $35 each. 



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